Isn’t it true?
While waiting for one of my therapy appointments I decided to look through the book sitting in the lobby. It was a book filled with thoughts, inspiration, struggles and advice from all those going through this fight with ed. It’s a beautiful testament of support, and helps you to not feel so alone in the weird, often-times crazy world of eating disorders. I took a photo of this beautifully-written page, which inspires me to keep trying. Thanks to a wonderful stranger for writing their thoughts. I hope those going through recovery are able to find something meaningful in this as well:
A friend recently gave me a book of poems by Tyler Knott Gregson. They are short, and beautiful, and here are two of my favorites so far:
And this one spoke to me so truly – with everything I have been wondering and thinking about… I miss him. I wrote to him last week and told him I hope that he is happy, that I’d love to meet up with him and catch up. He responded that I caused him to think, and that he would respond back to me after awhile. Anyway, this poem is perfect for our situation: