Ashley realized in middle school that she didn’t look like the other girls. Involved in sports, her coaches encouraged her to “lose more weight.” She lost her identity, the binging got worse, and the shame piled on. After having a family, she couldn’t ignore how awful it had gotten. Next was “ultra health” and the binging got worse still. Everything good in her life “turned into a burden.” The mental strain was overwhelming. And the kale anxiety attacks started.
Now she can enjoy food. She can feed people – which is the way she shows love. “Anything is possible” now that she has her mind back. She knows that her son will no longer have a mom with an eating disorder. All because she overcame her fear.
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