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We were so privileged to care for you at Remuda Ranch and hope you remain firmly on the road to recovery. Because we never want to lose touch with you, we write Alumni Link to keep you informed, encouraged, and connected. If you want to receive this quarterly newsletter via email, simply click here to sign up. And don’t forget you can always stay in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter.
We also offer encouraging words and thoughts on this page, so please visit us here from time to time. And while you are online, we suggest that you check out the Women of Substance page on the Eating Disorder Hope website. It features outstanding women and girls who exemplify character and are using their unique gifts and talents to contribute to a better world. Most of these individuals have overcome eating disorders, just like you. In fact, Eating Disorder Hope is always looking for incredible women to feature. Consider sharing your story by contacting Eating Disorder Hope today.
If you are looking for a tool to stay connected as you continue your recovery journey, check out FINDINGbalance. We have partnered with them these past few years in a variety of ways, and are pleased to inform you about their new “FINDINGbalance Gathering” small group tool which features a weekly video teaching, discussion guide and leader guide. You can subscribe as an individual (for personal enrichment) or as a facilitator (for those of you in a healthy enough place to do so). More at www.findingbalance.com/gathering.
When All Hope is Gone
I have a friend whose husband is a diabetic. He had managed his diabetes for several years until a break in his foot started a downward spiral of epic health proportions. Neuropathy masked the pain, turning a small break in the foot into a series of surgeries.
A New Way of Thinking
Recovery requires a consistent effort to change old thoughts into new. Many of you have told me that changing the way you think is actually much harder than changing the way you act. To stay in recovery, you need to do the right thing, even when you don’t feel like it.