Items To Throw Away If You Struggle With An Eating Disorder

December 16, 2016  |  
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Whether you have been diagnosed with an eating disorder, you’ve recovered from one in the past but you sense old habits sneaking back up, or you simply feel that, lately, thoughts about your body and food have been consuming your mind more than you’d like, there are certain things you keep around your home that could be making matters worse. The important thing right now is to get back in touch with your body. It’s not to ask yourself what you “should” be eating based on certain cut and dry nutritional standards, or what you should weigh for your height and age. Those are things you can worry about when you have a renewed, healthy emotional relationship with your body. Until then, here are a few things you should throw away or hide from sight if you struggle with disordered eating.

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Measuring tape

Many individuals with disordered eating or exercise habits take their measurements almost daily. Truly, you only need to take these a few times a year if you keep a healthy lifestyle.

 

 

 

 

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