The brain does weird things when you deprive it of food.

And I don’t mean just calorically. Even if you’re eating 2000, 3000 calories a day in recovery, if they’re all safe, you’re still going to be obsessed with food and what you “can’t” have.

(AKA a friendly reminder to challenge yourself today.)

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    Yes this so so true
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    I challenged myself today. I had milk and sugar in my coffee. IT WAS FUCKING BEAUTIFUL.
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