Monthly Archives: June 2013

Barriers to Treatment

One of the people I really connected with 3-4 years ago in outpatient and partial hospital treatment is relapsing. She dealt with an eating disorder for nearly a decade, began recovery in her early twenties, but has been struggling again. … Continue reading

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Your lived experience doesn’t make you a medical expert

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Confession

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When the Speaker of the House replies to your email…

Originally posted on RheasOfHope:
About three weeks ago, I sent an e-mail to my local member of the House of Representatives (who also, just so happens to be the Speaker of the House) urging his support for the Federal Response…

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Story of My Life

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Back in Therapy

I was anxious for hours leading up to my appointment. Except for a few sessions with counseling interns, last M\onday was my first time in therapy since 2010. But I knew almost instantly I made the right choice, both to … Continue reading

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Health Care Reform Explained

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