I’m finally getting to go to residential tomorrow at Timberline Knolls. It’s all the way in illinois and I’m super scared. I’m worried that I’m not going to be ‘sick enough’ and they aren’t going to take me seriously. That they’ll kick me out after 30 days and I won’t be better. That I’ll think I’m better while I’m there and then once I leave I’ll get worse again. That I’ll get really attached to the place and the people and that once I leave I’ll be miserable. I guess I need to just let go of all my expectations and stories and just do my best to heal and recover. That’s all I can do right? :)
My legs were made for walking, not to look skinny. My tummy was made for holding my organs, not to be flat. My bones were made as a structural foundation for my body, not to stick out. Appreciate what your body can do for you instead of trying to make it ‘look good’.