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It is always me

It is always me

  • I need to check-in with myself to make sure I’m not slipping back into my disordered eating way.
  • I have to monitor whether I’m feeling like myself and, if not, I need to be the one to do something about it.
  • If I wait around for someone else to notice, it’ll be too late.
  • I’ll be back at square one. But that’s OK.
  • I’m always going to be the person who can take care of and prioritize my needs best.

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