Iš jų buvo likę šešėliai... Žvelgdamos į praeities nuotraukas mitybos sutrikimu sirgusios braukia ašarą (FOTO)

Iš jų buvo likę šešėliai… Žvelgdamos į praeities nuotraukas mitybos sutrikimu sirgusios braukia ašarą (FOTO)

Kol nemaža dalis mūsų vis ieško savyje motyvacijos, kaip prisiversti gyventi aktyviau ir pagaliau nustoti vakarais gardžiuotis sausainiais, yra merginų, kurios visomis išgalėmis kovoja dėl išgyvenimo ir trokšta priaugti kilogramų. Nervine anoreksija sergančios paauglės žino – iki išgijimo laukia ilgas, dažnai kankinantis kelias, kupinas išbandymų bei suklupimų.

Tik atrodo, jog priaugti svorio sergant mitybos sutrikimu lengva. Dažni atkryčiai, psichologinės problemos, artimųjų palaikymo stoka – štai rinkinukas, kuris lemia, jog sergančios valgymo sutrikimais negali išgyti arba išgijimo laikas užsitęsia. Nors nemažai daliai mitybos problemų turėjusių ateityje valgymo bėdos gali kartotis, verta pasidžiaugti kai kurių merginų rezultatais čia ir dabar.

Šios merginos dalinasi savo Instagram paskyroje nuotraukomis, kuriose matyti, kaip iš liaunučių, savęs alinimo bei nuolatinio bado nukankintų merginų ilgo gijimo proceso dėka tampa sveikas kūno formas turinčiomis jaunosiomis damomis. Profesionalų priežiūra, artimų žmonių globa, sureguliuota mityba, tinkamas fizinis aktyvumas – būtent tai padeda mitybos sutrikimu sergančioms išbristi iš šio klampaus bei pavojingo liūno, kuris nusineša daugybę žmonių gyvybių. Kraupu žvelgti į praeities nuotraukas, kuriose merginos labiau primena šešėlį nei normaliai funkcionuojančią, sveiką būtybę. Vis dėlto susitaikyti su tuo, kas buvo, privalu. Gebėjimas suvokti praeities būseną ir įvertinti dabartinę svarbiausia sveikstančiųjų prievolė. Pasveikusios merginos pagaliau jaučiasi gyvos, energingos ir atgavusios prarastą džiugesį. Nuostabu regėti!

Don’t even look like the same person ! Onwards and upwards! Proud of myself and how far I’ve came #weightgainjourney #weightgain #newlife #confidence #transformation #proud

A post shared by Jess Bennett (@jesseybennett) on Jan 23, 2018 at 10:10am PST

Hey y’all!! The right picture is from a little over a year ago and the left is my most recent picture. I just wanted to do an update on where I’m at physically and mentally. I’m finally no longer at a plateau. I’m seeing some changes in my body and I’m just so happy. Within the last few weeks I’ve gotten so much stronger and my mindset at the gym has changed completely. Below is what I’ve done to get out of my rut! Sorry this is long, but not sorry because this is my fitness journal 😜 • I got out of my head and started REALLY lifting heavier. ((Credit to @jillchristinefit She helped me understand this thought process in a post💕)) she basically says that you can’t let your mind trick you into thinking you can’t do it.. That you can’t do one more rep or even finish the set. Your mind will usually give up before your body does. Now at the end of a set I’ll be freaking swearing and making funny noises lol. I don’t give a crap, I want them gains! Of course by making sure I don’t lose proper form🙃 • #tfnteam full body gym workouts are GOLD. 🙌🏼@ampollo and the #tfnfam Has helped me in many ways. I’ve learned the importance of mind and muscle connection, emphasizing the eccentric in my workout movements and flexible dieting 🍕🥗🍲🥔 • I got my gut health in check and I’m able to eat much more. 1-2 protein shakes a day as my snacks to make sure I make my protein goal. I’ve been also eating A LOT of potatoes (fully loaded) and sweet potatoes. That has helped me make my calorie and carb goals. I hope this can inspire anyone who feels stuck or unmotivated💕 #weightgain #weightlifting #hipthrust #bootygainz #beforeandafter #weightgainjourney #healthylifestyle #fitness #fitnessmotivation #gains

A post shared by Gisele Ayora (@giseleayora) on Jan 15, 2018 at 8:27pm PST

repost via @instarepost20 from @arooshanekonam Success is not linear… For all those days you struggled to get out of bed, to wipe away the tears and pretend that the hollow feeling was not there. To end the day telling yourself “I’ll do it tomorrow” and having to fight the same feelings again and again. Facing your fears 4/5 times a day. Every moment is a battle against yourself. But you pick yourself off that bathroom floor and you push and push. Recovery has ups and downs. One step forward two steps back. But don’t let anyone discredit your effort , you keep trying , be proud of the little accomplishments soon they will add up to the biggest one that can save your life. ❤️ #dontgiveup #progressnotperfection #recovery #recoveryispossible #anorexiasurvivor #ibeated #smallbutstrong #girlswholift #girlswhosquat #girlswithmuscle #transformationtuesday #strongnotskinny #skinnytostrong #fitfam #fitspo #fitlife #fitfamuk #instafit #fitnesschick #fitnessjourney #fitnessmotivation #fitsporation #youtube #youtuber 1

A post shared by bodybuilding motivation bpi (@bpivikingwarrior) on Apr 2, 2016 at 8:19am PDT

Hey guys!!! So it is a #transformationthursday . There is about 24lbs between these two pictures, but even more important is that smile on my face and the feeling that choosing recovery has been the best decision of my life. The girl on the left is lost she has no motivation or life because she is controlled and freaking obsessed over food. Im not saying the girl on the right is not like that, but she is proud if herself because she have gone this far. My goal is not to destroy my thoughts my goal is to learn how to treat them. So yea i am recovering and trying and what i want is to LOVE MYSELF!!! My eating disorder stole my happiness but im gonna fight for it and i will get it back!!! #transformationtuesday #transformation #noed #ed #eatingdisorderrecovery #edrecovery #recovery #nomoreanorexia #recovery #recoveryisworthit #recoverytransformation #recoverywin #love #ready #readytorecover #recoveryjourney #recoveryforlife #recoveryforlife #anorexiasucks #anorexiarecovery #anorexiasurvivor #anorexiafighter #anorexiarecover #anorexiatransformation #anorexiafighter #anorexiawarrior #anorexiawontwin #recoveryforme #recoveryforbooty #recoveryforhappiness #transformation

A post shared by Laura (@moonlight.recovers) on Jan 18, 2018 at 6:30am PST

The intention of this post is to hopefully educate and inspire individuals. This post is about my choice to live and not die by my anorexia. For 5 years it controlled my life to the point where it got out of control, to the point I was on deaths door multiple times… in and out of doctor’s offices, hospitals, inpatient facilities, and rehabs. The reality is there is nothing glamorous about starving yourself to the point where you need to be hospitalized to save your life. There is nothing glamorous about your hair falling out or your heart giving up. There is nothing glamorous about being dizzy and weak all the time and barely able to function. There is nothing glamorous about crying because you are so hungry but knowing you just can’t eat. There is nothing glamorous about all the issues that comes along the way. There is nothing glamorous about anorexia. I want people to know that you can recover too. You are stronger than the voice in your head telling you that you aren’t. I’m more than a before and after picture. I’m living proof there is life after an eating disorder. #neda #eatingdisorder #eatingdisorderrecovery #anorexia #anorexiarecovery #prorecovery #endthestigma #stopthestigma #mentalhealth #anorexianervosa #nationaleatingdisorderawareness #bodyposi #bopo #ed #edwarrior #anorexiasurvivor #edsoldier #mentalhealthawareness #bodypositive #eatingdisorders

A post shared by Amanda (@mandyyjoan) on Nov 13, 2017 at 10:55pm PST

It wasn’t an easy decision to share this “before and after” on social media, and I won’t lie to you saying I’m extremely happy with what I see. However, I honestly think it carries an important message to thousands of girls and women out there — and that’s what made me decide to share. The reason why I started my work with La Peau Sauvage is a demon who has been haunting me for 18 years: an eating disorder that is eating me up alive. I have ups and downs every now and then, but that voice in my head is always there, making me feel ashamed every time I eat. All I want you to know is that you’re beautiful. Yes, you are! The size of your jeans doesn’t define you — you’re way more than a number, a measurement, or a size. I’d also like to thank ALL of you for your support, love and trust in me. Believe it or not, YOU are one of the reasons why I’m feeling stronger than my demon — at least for now. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’m sending all of you a huge kiss, and all my love. ❤️

A post shared by Roberta Terry (@peau_sauvage) on Oct 17, 2017 at 7:28pm PDT

This was super hard to post so bear with me. It’s not Transformation Tuesday but it is #flashbackfriday. On the left I was ~100 lbs or so at 5’7″. In high school I starkly remember people whispering about me being anorexic. One guy even would tell me I needed to go back to my concentration camp. If I didn’t fit into a size 0, life was over. It was “clean” food or a mental breakdown. No less than at least 30 min. of cardio per day. My hair fell out. I had no energy, ever. I could never sleep. I’d come home from school every day, lock my door & cry in my bed. I couldn’t even eat bananas because in my head it was too much sugar & “fructose.” Flash forward to now, I’m 145 lbs. I downed a footlong from Subway & a Reese’s muffin for dinner last night & I still had abs this morning. “Fitness” doesn’t control my life anymore, it’s just a facet that makes it better. I don’t weigh myself. I don’t even count macros anymore, I just eat & work my ASS off in the gym. I’ve finally found a happy place in my life & with my body. Although I still have days where my body image eats at me, when I go to the gym all that matters is that I left knowing I gave it my all. I worked so hard these last few years not just physically but mentally too. My mindset is so different. Food isn’t the enemy. You’ll have shitty workouts. Life will get hard. But I look back on who I was & it motivates me never to go to that dark place again. I’m only just starting. I’ll always have depression but it’s how I choose to control it that makes me who I am. And I’m a force to be reckoned with. 😈 Never judge someone unless you know what they’ve been through/are going through. I will never look down on anyone with disordered eating because I’ve been there. But it gets better. It always will, but no one will wave a magic wand & make the issue disappear. YOU have to be the kickstarter for change & it takes so much mental stamina & grit but it’s possible. ♥️ Get help. No problem is resolved on your own. Watch me at the Olympia one day. 💪🏼

A post shared by Brittany Terry 🌸 (@brittanyterry) on Aug 11, 2017 at 11:08am PDT

…….. 🇹🇷 Ben anoreksiya kurtulanıyım! 3 sene once ve simdi… Hayatimda iki seçenek vardi, 1, boyle devam et ve öl yada 2, ayağa kalk ve hayatimi değiștir… Ikincisini seçtim ve simdi Ilk bikini fitness yarışmasın icin hazirlaniyorum.. Sonunda kim olduğumu buldum… ❤️❤️ ❤️ ……. . . 🇬🇧 I am an anorexia survivor! 3 years ago and now… I had two choices in life, 1, continue like this and die or 2, stand up and change my life… I chose the second one and now i am training for my first bikini fitness competition… Finally I found who I am… ❤️❤️💪💪👊👊 #anorexiasurvivor #fighter #strongvsskinny #bikinifitness #bikinifitnesscompetition #fit #strong #hardwork #survivor #fitness #squat #muscles #stronggirl

A post shared by Leyla Maria Under (@leylamaria_zumba) on Jul 9, 2017 at 11:46am PDT

I post photos like this every once in a while and I’m always nervous when i do, but they’re always so empowering. Some of you may or may not know, but I used to suffer from anorexia. At my lowest I was 78 LBS (size 00) eating next to nothing a day. The photo on the left is me at about my lowest weight. You could see by my shoulders, collar bones, arms and legs I was mega malnourished. The photo on the right is me currently. I work out as much as I can and most importantly I DONT LIMIT THE FOOD I INTAKE! Going vegan and working out has been the best decision of my life in regards to my ED. It gives me a different way to control my body. I have no thigh gap and my collar bones aren’t visible but you know what? Who cares. I’m happy, healthy, and most importantly, much more confident. I still have a long way to go but as of now I’m a healthy 115 LBS 💪🏻 (size 4-6 and a whopping 37 LBS more!) and I couldn’t be more proud. RIGHT_BRACKET #fitfam #fitgirl #fitness #fitnessmotivation #vegan #vancity #vancouver #vegangirl #vancityfit #veganfitness #plantpowered #anorexia #anorexiasurvivor #edsurvivor LEFT_BRACKET

A post shared by Amanda Lai (@barbell.babydoll) on May 5, 2017 at 2:22am PDT

#transformationtuesday – I don’t think I need to explain the massive difference in the way my body looks in these photos. Look at the smile – that’s what has changed. On the left it’s forced, hidden behind the sadness of my ED. On the right it’s real. My ED will always be with me, and it will always cause me sadness, making it harder for me to smile; but I will keep on fighting till I am smiling more days than I am crying 💖 plus I look way better now in my @blackmilkclothing than before! I can’t thank the #blackmilksharkie community enough for helping me through it all 💕#anorexiarecovery #edrecovery #edwarrior #anorexiafighter #happier #happygirl #mentalhealth #mentalhealthwarrior #blackmilkclothing #blackmilk #blackmilkaddict #blackmilkuk #sharkie #bmvelvetpinaforepocketdress #bmstrawberrythiefoveralls

A post shared by Laura Samuel (@princesspumpkin94) on Jan 23, 2018 at 12:16pm PST

OCT ’16- JAN ’18 (ten minutes ago) // I gained almost 30 lbs between the two photos. It was one of the most difficult things I have ever done. 😁 BUT I am finally happy with myself. // Here’s a little lesson to help debunk a belief of those with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, bipolar, etc. etc.: We still have happy moments. Some parts of our life require us to smile, make jokes, act as normally as we can. In a family photo, of course I will smile, but that doesn’t mean I’m not panicking inside thinking about what I will eat that day and how many calories I could have. I smiled to make everyone think I was okay, even myself. When I laugh, become angry, or use sarcasm, it’s the same awful coping mechanisms as starving. I especially put on a happy or funny face for myself, in fact. I wanted to desperately to be happy, to be the old Taylor, but now I know that isn’t possible without taking care of myself. // When I was at my worst, I had all of these rules and rituals around eating. I would wake up in the middle of night STARVING. Once I ate a half a pack of uncooked ramen noodles at three A.M. after not eating for two days. But on a regular basis, I would have wine, or a xanax, and roasted zucchini… or I’d just sleep and cry. Gum was 5 calories, so I didn’t chew more than three pieces a day. I would grab a bag full of apples from my sorority house and peel them and cut them into tiny pieces and make about ten of these apples last four days. Often I would even throw some out. I genuinely thought my brain was functioning correctly. But when you’re living with the bitch of an eating disorder, combined with depression and anxiety, it’s like another person telling you what to do. Logic is irrelevant, no mater how intelligent you are. It controls your brain. 😡 #anxiety #depression #edrecovery #ed #transformation #2fab4ana #edfamily #anorexia #anorexiarecovery #anorexianervosa #recoverywin #edwarrior #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness

A post shared by Taylor Crosby (@tlcros) on Jan 23, 2018 at 5:50pm PST

I haven’t posted much lately, even though I have a lot to say. BUT TODAY is a special day and I want to use my voice for a minute. Today I am 30 days “clean” from self-harm behavior (no cutting & no restricting)! One month of feeling all the discomfort and chaos, and using my skills to cope. The picture on the left was taken a few years ago in Daytona Beach. I was 103 lbs. For most of the last few years, that’s what I weighed and I protected it fiercely. I couldn’t imagine ever weighing more than 110 lbs again; my anorexic brain couldn’t even conceive of it. And the picture on the right is me today at approximately 113. These last two months I’ve worked my ass off EVERY DAY to recover and gain weight outside of a targeted eating disorder program. It’s excruciating. It’s draining. It takes everything I’ve got. Most of the time I don’t think it’s even possible, and yet here we are, ONE MONTH free of restriction and harm. As I’m about to post this, my hand is shaking because the body on the right still terrifies me, even though I’m proud as fuck of what it took to get here, to this day. And I need to share it because maybe one person sees that it IS possible to do what surely seems impossible. One day at a time. One meal at a time. If you’re offended by body posts, you might want to unfollow me because I feel like this may become a trend for me; it gives me accountability and it increases #bodypositivity. There is hope for #eatingdisorderrecovery. #anorexia #anorexiarecovery #beforeandafter #weightgainjourney #feelthefear #doitanyway #bebrave #believeinyourself #strength #selfharmrecovery #theroadto118

A post shared by Rhéa Kelly (@rheajunior) on Jan 23, 2018 at 3:39pm PST

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