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3 years ago

When I first started to move on, I had no idea who I was, what I liked, or what I wanted to do in life. I was stuck in a dreamless state, and though I didn’t know how I was going to do it, I knew I had to break free.So what is my big dream you ask? Well, nowadays, I focus on ways I can help encourage others to give themselves the gift of moving forward.Believe in your big dreams, fight for them, learn from them, allow them to change and develop over time. Recovering from an eating disorder may be the most difficult thing one ever experiences in their lifetime. With that being said, having big dreams requires having an even bigger faith, and with faith, anything is possible. This is what kept and still keeps me on the incredible path of recovery the pain that I am on today.