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ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
Self Compassion Worksheet
You deserve to meet your needs. Take some time to work through this self-compassion worksheet and give back to your mind and body after everything it has done for you.
'Getting the right balance of sleeping hours and waking hours can be really tricky - especially when it is different for each individual. But it is probably the most important thing I rely on for managing my mood.' - EL
THE POWER OF SLEEP
Take 5 Minutes to Ground Yourself
Have a quick go at the grounding worksheet. In just 5 minutes you can pull your thoughts and feelings back to the present moment and feel more in control of your circumstances.
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START YOUR RECOVERY TODAY
Kickstart your recovery with these tools to support your journey to a healthier body and mind. All resources are adapted from NHS and privately researched tools of recovery that I or others have found useful.
12 Step Eating Disorder Recovery
A 12 Step approach to recovering from an eating disorder isn't particularly common, however, it is so successful. For many, eating disorders involve an external effort such as overeating or losing weight. These attempts to fill a hole in our lives with something external cause us to enter a dangerous and disordered cycle. Unlike other recovery programmes that aim to prevent the behaviours solely, a 12 Step approach allows you to fill the hole you're are trying to fill with spirituality and thus lose the need to enter into that cycle.
If you are struggling with eating problems or body image, please seek professional help (i.e, via your GP). These tools aim to provide support whilst seeking professional treatment.
Lift Your Mood
Whether you've started your recovery or are still experiencing your addiction on a daily basis, making lifestyle changes to lift your mood is vital for abstinence to persist. Without an 'okay' mood, we are likely to dip back into our addictions as an easy way to feel better. Use the guide below to implement some lifestyle changes - all whilst supporting others too.