Thanks I wouldn't say I have disordered eating anymore.. the thoughts are still there, but not the actions.. and certainly not my weight. I hope my self esteem will raise and be more confident.. and thank you again.NFA said:One of the most important things to remember is that even the most self-confident and secure person isn't going to be perfect. They will still have moments of doubt and insecurity. They key is in not beating yourself up over those moments. Not expecting to be perfect. You can accept that you will have moments of low-self-esteem without accepting those moments of low-self-esteem. Learning to be comfortable in your body takes time and its always important to be patient and to understand that there will be bad days. But the goal is worth the time and energy and you WILL be happier and healthier for it. This is part of the process of recovering from disordered eating. You can have a healthy and non-judgemental relationship with food and with your body. Good luck.