Surviving Anorexia
1. It’s more fun to color outside the lines.
2. If you’re going to draw on the wall, do it behind a couch.
3. Ask why until you understand.
4. Hang on tight.
5. Even if you’ve been fishing for hours and haven’t gotten anything except poison ivy and sunburn, you’re still better off than the worm.
6. Make up the rules as you go along.
7. It doesn’t matter who started it.
8. Ask for sprinkles.
9. If the horse you’re drawing looks more like a dog, make it a dog.
10. Save a place in line for your friends.
11. Sometimes you have to take the test before you’ve finished studying.
12. If you want a kitten, start out asking for a horse.
13. Just keep banging until someone opens the door.
14. There is no good reason why clothes have to match.
15. If you stand on tiptoe to be measured this year, you’ll have to stand on tiptoe for the rest of your life.
Really important stuff kids have taught me (via harmonizingly)
Do you still have an eating disorder of you haven't lost a dramatic amount of weight?
Anonymous

Yes most definitely. Eating disorders are NOT about how much you weigh. It is your thought patterns, behaviour, emotions etc that determine the ED.

I don't know how to get rid of my toxic anorexia thoughts. I've been in therapy for a year now and I feel like it got to a point that it wasn't really doing anything so I stopped going. I feel like I'm supposed to be better and everyone things that I'm better but mentally and emotionally I'm not. Anorexia is like an addiction and I can't seem to stop
Anonymous

No you are not better. It’s not about weight gain, it is about stopping or learning to stop the thoughts, repairing the mind and emotions. Stay in therapy. If you want to beat this, you have to be committed to your therapy and learn to use the tools they give you. Explore how or why the anorexia may have started. It is not helpful for those around you to assume because you are weight restored to be recovered. Ask for help.  The thought patterns you are having is the anorexia trying to control you again, and relapse is a very real possibility. Don’t let go.

PS. you are right. Anorexia is exactly like an addiction. And like all addictions you can break ‘the habit’, you can rebuild your mind and life.