Addiction and Recovery, Blog, Diary entry

Jealousy – the gorgeous little whispers about what we really want.

Late last night I received a facebook message from a wonderful gal who I know through doing a Recovery 2.0 online course with Tommy Rosen three years ago. She's a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, gorgeous, glowing woman who was both able to be vulnerable about her own pain while compassionate and supportive of everyone else's.  She was much… Continue reading Jealousy – the gorgeous little whispers about what we really want.

Addiction and Recovery, Diary entry

Developing the third “D” – Discipline

My mum's boyfriend is an incredible businessman who believes in the 3 Ds of success: Drive. Determination. Discipline. When it comes to my full recovery from bulimia in 2019, I have the drive and determination of a horny rhinoceros, but the discipline? The third D would appear to be sorely absent.  And not just when… Continue reading Developing the third “D” – Discipline

Addiction and Recovery, Diary entry

The Transformation Begins

2019 is the year of my metamorphosis - from hungry caterpillar to beautiful butterfly. I am 40 years old and for 24 years I have struggled with bulimia. When I was sixteen I was caught in crippling self loathing, major negative body image issues and overwhelming "not good enough" syndrome.  Being fat to me, was… Continue reading The Transformation Begins