Quite often our ego and our upbringing combine to make us think that we must be strong and independent at all times, and that we should never let our guard down. For those with an eating disorder, that belief can be especially strong. Unfortunately, that approach to life can lead to all kinds of problems, from raising our stress level to damaging our relationships. At the Aspire Wellness center for eating disorder recovery in California, we encourage the people we work with to learn to be vulnerable.
The Benefits of Vulnerability
Contrary to popular belief, being open and accessible can provide a number of health mental and emotional health benefits. When you start allowing yourself to be vulnerable, you will: Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2oFLgqu