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I'm still in the middle of writing a piece on this specifically for eating disorder recovery but I think it's turning into the first chapter of my first book as it's taking me so long and I think it's important that I share a pocket of this wisdom now.

People often ask me the question- "How do I keep going?" The simple truth is, the answer to this is in the question.

You just keep going.

You commit to taking things one (terrified, painful, excruciating, courageous & brave) step at a time.

Life really isn't as complicated as we make it.

It really is as simple as that.

You just keep going.

You choose not to give up.

You choose to do all that you can in the present moment, so that one day "future you" will be so pleased and happy you kept going.

You make a commitment to choose to listen to those that tell you with wise eyes that things will be better, that everything changes and that this too shall pass.

I am taking a pause from teaching as I begin to process a monumental life event in my personal life but I felt called to share this with you, as I begin to navigate through my own journey of healing- taking it one single terrified, painful, excruciating, courageous & brave step at a time.

I'll be back soon.

Wherever you are on your journey, you are exactly where you are meant to be.

Trust the path unseen.

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