You’ve likely researched recovery extensively in your quest for abstinence and will know about many of the following tools, but I would be remiss if I didn’t at least briefly touch on them. The trick is actually using them. I was terrible at that before I got serious about recovery.

Do you agree that thoughts fuel your actions? I do, and I think they fuel even more than our actions. In his famous quote, Mahatma Gandhi says, “Your beliefs become your thoughts, your thoughts become your words, your words become your actions, your actions become your habits, your habits become

My self-discipline was amazing in areas like work, exercise, my home life, and creative endeavors, but I could not self-modulate my eating. When food was involved, I regressed to childhood. Actually, worse than childhood—children have a natural shut off switch, which I sorely lacked. No matter how many thousands (literally)

The simple intention to surrender control is all you need to experience miracles.” ~Gabrielle Bernstein, The Universe Has Your Back If you’ve committed to re-feeding and re-hydrating your body, as well as making many of the necessary daily changes to support your

What if I Just Can’t Stop Eating? That’s a good question and one I asked myself repeatedly in early recovery. After a few decades of not being able to stop, what gives now? The answer? Commitment, nutrition, and support. If you are reading this blog, you are likely very committed.