Climbing toward recovery

We often use the analogy of climbing a steep mountain for eating disorder recovery. Dr. Lock of Stanford refers to a sand hill.

But did you know there is a literal Anorexia to climb, and then, should you still have the energy, you can scale Nervosa.


  1. I liken it to climbing Sagarmatha or Mt Everest, or should that be Never-rest. The prepartion, aclimatisation and the shear physical grind to be rewarded at the summit by a view of the world.

  2. Oh, Carolin - you put that so beautifully!

  3. The other most important factor are the people that help you to get there. Sounds like the forum.


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