I have been told over and over again that I need to go to any lengths for recovery, I have to want it, put as much energy into recovery as I have the disease and put it first ("The first thing you put ahead of your recovery will be the second thing you lose."). But sometimes I wonder what lengths I will go to for recovery. Anyone have any suggestions? I know for me I need to follow my meal plan, no matter what, be with supportive people and listen to people who know more than me and are in recovery.
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