help!

une 12th was day 30 of no bingeing! now, i'm working on going a month without starving. i was doing pretty well untill this morning when i skipped breakfast. i tried to, but i couldn't eat. i still don't know why. i like the program and this group, but the workbook has become triggering for me. i don't neccessarily want to quit the program. i'd hate to quit just because of one triggering aspect and then go back to squarre one. i began binge eating at 11. the starving started a few years ago when i started college. this is the first time i've gone a month without bingeing. what am i supposed to do if a vital part of my recovery has become triggering?-fallon

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peanutzz
peanutzz

Congratulations on your month without bingeing. Instead of quitting the program, is there someone you could talk to about your feelings regarding the workbook? I know I had a hard time changing, and that big part of the ED in me was always looking for an excuse to quit this or that. I just had to keep blasting on through it. Sometimes you might just get stuck, but don\'t let that be a reason to just quit. You\'ve come so far! xo
deleted_user
deleted_user

Peanut is right, sometimes you will encounter challenges and hurdles, but don\'t let that push you away. They can make you stronger, over-coming obstacles are never easy but if you can beat them, you will find yourself a lot stronger and a lot braver.
I don\'t really have any advice or suggestions, but please try and stick to your program. You\'re doing so well x
deleted_user
deleted_user

That\'s so great Fallon! What a way to live for you and not ED (HUGS)