I am overwhelmed. I am humbled. Since my move to Sheridan, I’ve done the same thing every evening. Mom and I help grandma to the bathroom, get her nightgown on, help her take her pills, and put her into bed. We sing a few songs, give her a kiss, and turn the light off as… Continue reading I am overwhelmed. I am humbled.
Let’s talk about food addiction. First, I want to start off by saying, I am not a doctor. I have no medical ability to diagnose you or myself with a disorder of any kind. So please, do not take this blog post as medical advice. For as long as I can remember, food has been… Continue reading My Struggle with Food Addiction
The stifled giggles turned into heavy roars of laughter and I remember praying for God to strike me dead.
I have to work hard every day to find my value outside of my size and eating issues, and I also have to remind myself why I am here. I am called to love, and that includes loving myself, no matter how much the scale reads.
I’ll never forget the ridicule I faced for wearing sweatpants all year long, and I'll never forget the feelings of embarrassment, sadness, and shame that hit me every morning.
Happy New Year! As cliché as this sounds, I really can’t believe it is 2019. I swear I graduated high school about 2 years ago but I guess it’s been almost 9! A year ago today I promised myself several things. I was going to lose weight, write more, make new friends, spend more time… Continue reading Fat Girls Never Win: the intro