Originally Posted by CindyLynn67
I have been dealing with Anorexia on and off for 18 yrs. and my new Psychiatrist mentioned to me about eating disordered clinics and I don't want to go(plus I don't know that any of the ED clinics in Alabama accept Medicaid,it's the only insurance I have)...I am not "recovery minded" when it comes to the Anorexia,I'm not ready to let go of it.Any advice?Thanks
P.S.I go back to my Psychiatrist tomorrow and I'm worried about what she's going to say about the Anorexia plus she wants my sister to come in with me.
I know that your eating disorder is like an old friend that you depend on when the going gets rough.
The only thing is that this "friend" is deceiving you,while taking out the letter "r" in friend........
That only leaves a fiend.
A fiend that took away the "r" which represents recovery because misery loves company so much.
It's difficult and sometimes scary to envision the changes without the eating disorder plaguing our systems.
Realize though,the only way you're going to get better is to change and a little change can be a good thing.
Nothing happens overnight but you know what?
If you give both your mind and body a chance to envision and accept recovery,you won't be disappointed.
With Realistic Sentiment and Respect
PS-I'm pretty certain you'll be able to find a facility that accepts you insurance.