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How to Use Your Values for Eating Disorder Recovery

Motivation is like taking a bath that we gotta do it everyday ,that makes so much sense there will be days when we feel so motivated ,like we can take the world ,then the next day the motivation will crash,it’s times like these when we may want to re read our recovery vision that reminds us of what we can achieve according to Chere Bork who considers herself to be a life coach or energy igniter she also goes by Chere Banana and gives talks to kids,she speaks a lot about living life close to our values,so it challenge us to encourage to envision the positive recovery and what are we gaining,this will help us to answer the question why i want it,and how much life will be working toward recovery goals

Key Takeaways:

  • the first step is knowing what you want and where you want to be
  • number is to know much better your life could be if you achieved your goal.
  • then create a vision board that is a list of images that inspire you and make you want to be better

“It’s so important for you to build yourself up instead of tearing yourself down. I learned from Chere to have a 3:1 positive-to- negative though ratio.”

Read more: http://www.empoweredeatingblog.com/eating-disorder-recovery/values-ed-recovery/

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