\”This Was The Best Of All Worlds\”

John F. Kennedy once said, \”As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.\” As cliche it is to begin a blog post with a historical quote, this cliche is entirely warranted because of the weekend I just had. The 2017 ANAD […]

\”This Was The Best Of All Worlds\”

John F. Kennedy once said, \”As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.\” As cliche it is to begin a blog post with a historical quote, this cliche is entirely warranted because of the weekend I just had. The 2017 ANAD […]

\”This Was The Best Of All Worlds\”

John F. Kennedy once said, \”As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.\” As cliche it is to begin a blog post with a historical quote, this cliche is entirely warranted because of the weekend I just had. The 2017 ANAD […]

Am I Good Enough?

What does an eating disorder look like to you? A skeletal frame from every angle? This is the image that most people think of. And though most people would not be wrong, they also would not be right. An eating disorder can literally come in all shapes and sizes, so when people try to apply […]

The World Is My Trigger.

To live in a country that boasts itself to be “The land of the free,” I find that I have felt overwhelmed and suffocated by the amount of marketing stimuli and product pushing that is thrown in my face on a daily basis. And even on my good days – I’m not always feeling that […]

Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired?

Between living in the Midwest and enduring never-ending weather changes, working in a profession that keeps me in constant contact with new people, and being stuck with permanent immune system deficiencies as a result of my ED history, frankly, I am sick and tired of being sick and tired! Before I continue, I’ll say that […]

Find your Voice with ANAD

Voice /vois/ noun: the distinctive tone or style of a literary work or author. We all have the ability to be heard, it’s whether or not we can get people to listen. Our voices, just like our very beings, come in many shapes and sizes; verbally, kinesthetically, visually, orthographically, or simply by listening to others, there […]