We want to know little ways you get through the holidays.

If you live with or are in recovery for an eating disorder or disordered eating, food-centric holidays like Thanksgiving can be difficult.

If you live with or are in recovery for an eating disorder or disordered eating, food-centric holidays like Thanksgiving can be difficult.

All the emphasis on and conversation around food can make for a reaaally long day or even trigger a relapse.

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Maybe you always have a support plan — and an exit strategy — in place just in case.

Maybe you always have a support plan — and an exit strategy — in place just in case.

That might be a friend who you know you can call, or the number of a 24/7 support line you know you can hit up if you need.

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Or maybe you give yourself permission to be realistic about where you are in recovery.

Or maybe you give yourself permission to be realistic about where you are in recovery.

Because maybe last year, you got your hopes up that your ED would give you a break and let you enjoy the holiday without guilt or stress, and the disappointment was a big trigger.

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Or maybe you make sure to plan time for restorative self-care activities during the day so it doesn't become too much.

Or maybe you make sure to plan time for restorative self-care activities during the day so it doesn't become too much.

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