Tag Archives: Grief

Grief, Depression & Comfort Eating: A Common Combination

Woman struggling with grief and depression “Grief is a sign that you have loved and loved well” ~ Unknown Author Love is universal in the way it is shared. We all love. We do not have to understand another language to understand love. It is common among all human beings’ belief systems, feelings, thoughts, and religions. Grief is Emotional Grief can [...]
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Finding Peace Through Grief While in Eating Disorder Recovery

Woman Dealing With a negative body image Periods of grief can make someone in recovery particularly vulnerable to relapse. Experiencing a loss takes what was once predictable and manageable, and turns it into chaos. Whether it be losing a loved one, a job, a relationship, or a pet, losing something or someone that took up valuable space in your life is devastating. [...]
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Dealing With the Loss of a Loved One in Eating Disorder Recovery

Woman struggling with eating disorders As human beings, we experience a range of emotions throughout our lifetime, some of which are stronger than others. Some emotions utterly change our perspective on life. Grief is one of these intense emotions that perhaps never goes away completely, but rather evolves and changes over time. For a person who has an eating disorder [...]
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Recovering From Grief in the New Year While in Recovery

Woman struggling with grief and antidepressant withdrawal The experience of grief can be difficult to describe, share, and understand. While there are varying degrees of grief that are experienced in many different ways, the feeling of loss can be crushing. Loss is also defined in a personal way, and grief is often a changing, ongoing process, evolving over time and through circumstances. [...]
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