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It is time to release the negative thoughts about yourself so that you can reach your full potential and become healthy and strong again. The following are 5 challenges that will build up your confidence. By taking charge of your life and accomplishing your goals, cultivating self compassion, connecting to your friends, sharing your voice, and doing fun activities, you will gain the confidence and willpower to overcome any challenges that may come your way.
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Art therapy incorporates visual arts, such as drawing, painting and other art forms with counseling and therapy. This simple, expressive practice can help you acknowledge your feelings and emotions by putting words and images together for reflection and exploration. There is a point within the recovery process where you are looking forward, making plans and using learned tools to create structure within your day.
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Everyone struggles with trying to remain in the present moment. With constant social media distractions, planning for the future, and memories flooded from the past, it can be difficult for most people to appreciate the present moment. For individuals suffering from an eating disorder, becoming mindful, or aware of the present moment, can help save individuals from the critical voices inside of their heads.