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Faith in Yourself Is the Key to Recovery

Suppose you are in a crisis, having a really hard time pulling yourself up. What do you have in common with a young African girl walking 8 miles to and from school every day? A lot, because the keys to success are the same everywhere: Believe in yourself, push your limits, and look at adversity as a challenge, not a barrier.

Key Takeaways:

  • Look to yourself for motivation, you can’t recover until you have faith in yourself.
  • Push your limits, being uncomfortable is a part of change.
  • Perceive adversity as a challenge not a barrier, rough times and failures are not confirmation that you can not succeed.

“Sometimes we need to be inspired to be our best selves. The narrators, all success stories, inspired these girls to educate themselves. And all of them can inspire you to do more to help yourself recover from your food and body image problems.”


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