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My name is Sinclair. I am currently in recovery. I am coffee, books, vegetarian, candy, disney movies, vintage and grunge fashions, writer, lover, friend, bike-rider, dancer, girly things, tomboy, me. Here's: ABOUT ME, MY PICS, and MY EATS
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homely-asylum said: HEY YOU. THANKS FOR ACTUALLY TALKING TO ME YOU'RE COOL I LIKE YOU. YOU JUST GOT A FOLLOW KIND WOMAN

This made my day :3

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Anonymous said: I'm healthy for almost a year now and my weight it's a lot different than it was of course. But sometimes I miss that skinny body I had, when my bones showed and my thighs didn't touch, sometimes I feel ashamed of being healthy

littlewarrior-recovering:

This is something I’m sure many of us experience. It’s awful. Remember that you do not actually miss that body, what you miss is the numbness and the security in knowing that no matter what else was falling apart in your life (which was likely everything because of your disorder) —- at least you were thin and getting thinner. 

this is bullshit

you eating disorder is lying to you

do not look back, there is nothing for you there

You are not alone in your feelings but my dear, please do not allow them to take over. You are so strong and full of life and you deserve to truly live. When you were smaller you were also miserable and you know it. Don’t turn back baby. Constant forward motion, always.

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September 18, 2014 / 39 notes

sassysquats:

Pet peeve: when restaurants/companies call a food or drink “skinny”.

EATING/DRINKING THIS PARTICULAR ITEM WILL NOT MAKE ME SKINNY JUST LIKE CONSUMING THE REGULAR ITEM WILL NOT MAKE ME FAT.

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lovenaturewildlife:

Breathtaking Planet Earth (via 500px / У страха глаза велики by Sergey Ivanov) via Tumblr
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