yesdarlingido:

Forgive yourself each night
and recommit every morning.

someinstances:

Being sick is not an accomplishment.
Being sick is not an accomplishment.
Being sick is not an accomplishment.

Rinse and repeat. Eat your food. Keep moving forward as best you can.

A culture fixated on female thinness is not an obsession about female beauty, [it is] an obsession about female obedience.

Lois Griffin (via fawun)

Always reblog. 

Understanding this concept is probably the only reason I know longer have weight issues. Instead of thinking that I should be thinner to look nicer, I’ve got it in my head that thinner=more compliant and over my dead body is that ever happening. 

(via iamayoungfeminist)

Go home. Put your best record on. Loud as it’ll play. And with every note, you remember: that’s something that the darkness couldn’t take from you.
Fred Thursday, Endeavour  (via vwiola)
soilswitch:

part of my altar

soilswitch:

part of my altar

fitpeanut:

let’s get this straight:

you do not have to be underweight to recover

you do not have to wear leggings to recover

you do not have to like tea to recover

you do not have to be vegan to recover

you do not have to eat gluten free to recover

you do not have to practice yoga to recover

you do not have to like oatmeal or peanut butter to recover

recovery is a process, not a label. the only requirement for recovery is that you are willing to want it and fight for freedom.

findingmyrecovery:

New kind of workout:

  • Compliment 3 things about your body while looking in the mirror
  • Say 5 nice things about your character
  • Name 3 things to work on forgiving yourself for
  • List 3+ things you are good at
  • Name 10 kind things you have done
  • Write down 5 accomplishments you’ve achieved
  • Name 3 areas in which you’ve made progress since this time last year
  • Name 3 fears you’ve overcome in your life
  • Name 3 things that make you a good friend