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Planning for Post-Recovery

Eating disorders can be tricky while most people believe that recovery can be obtained it’s not just something that you achieve, it is something that is an ongoing process that you have to work hard at achieving every single day. You need to plan for success the moment you leave the facility. You should stay connected and know your triggers. Read on to learn more on how you can prepare for success.

Key Takeaways:

  • Recovery from an eating disorder is an ongoing process that requires diligence and continued effort after treatment and return to normal life
  • Post-recovery, referring to the phase after treatment is complete, involves staying connected and working to maintain healthy behaviors
  • Important things to consider for post-recovery include knowing your triggers, sticking to a positive routine, and seeking continued treatment

“It’s important to have a plan like that as you prepare to navigate the choppy post-recovery waters. The question is, what can you do, exactly, to preserve your health in the post-recovery period?”


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