BlogLovin

Now you can follow RecoveryLoveandCare on BlogLovin.com (see below)! Understand the importance of self care within recovery, while also following fellow bloggers and vloggers on one master feed!  Enjoy, and don’t forget to practice Self-Care!

Make sure to checkin tomorrow, as a new post within the #MotivationIsNotJustForMonday’s series will be up on the blog!

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9 thoughts on “BlogLovin

  1. Jayne, Your story is inspiring! I know that this has been a long, difficult journey but you are turning lemons into lemonade. I am so happy and proud to have you in my life. I know that your openness and honesty will help others. Love you, Carole

    1. Carole,

      Thank you so very much! As I have told you before, you and Russ have been such a major support throughout all of this, I appreciate your constant love and care and I love you so much!

      1. Jayne – your comments on our garage sale were incredibly perceptive. I believe you might be an old soul! You are so right – this was indeed painful but I know in my heart that making this change is the right thing to do. “Letting Go” – “Accepting Change” – lessons we have to learn over and over. I will leave you with a quote from a book by Jack Kornfield, who wrote another book, which is of my favorites, called “A Path With Heart.”

        ~ If you let go a little
        you will have a little happiness.
        If you let go a lot
        you will have a lot of happiness,
        If you let go completely
        you will be free
        ~ Aajahn Chah

        1. Carole,

          Thank you so very much for your comment! You are right, change is painful and uncomfortable, but usually very good for us and our souls! I LOVE the quote that you provided….how relevant to all of our lives…thank you again!
          -Jayne

  2. Jayne
    Kudos to you for your persistent efforts in battling this condition. I was captured in wanting to know how you went from each stage to your wonderful recovery. I have a nephew who may benefit from your advice.
    Sincerely,
    Marilyn Schuler
    Friend of Carole Beck

    1. Marilyn,

      Thank you so very much for taking the time to read my blog! I appreciate your incredibly kind words of support within this journey of mine, and many others. I encourage you to subscribe to the blog and/or share with as many people who you believe would benefit from the content. On Wednesdays, I post a continuous series about the common misconceptions within eating disorders and eating disorder recovery, in that it is not “black and white.” Eating disorders affect all generations, all sexes, all cultures, all races, all ethnicities, and all personalities…in other words eating disorders do not discriminate, therefore awareness and eduction is key to finding proper treatment, finding the path to recovery, and prevention!

      Thank you so very much for taking the time to comment!
      Jayne

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