The Future of What Do You Want More Of?

Hi all! Quick housekeeping note: I’m sorry the posts haven’t been as consistently “daily” as usual over the last week or two. I’m near the completion of my book (well, the first draft), and I admit that I’m a leetle exhausted. Just know that is still going to be here for you—we ain’t goin’ nowhere!

Once I turn the manuscript in at the end of May, I’ll have more mental energy to put into HG. We’ll need to choose our next Book Club book (I’m thinking Intuitive Eating or maybe the Body Image Workbook by Thomas Cash); I’d like to start doing some video posts and live chats…so please let me know what you would like to see happen here in the coming months. More Q&As with experts? More body image stuff or more Real Stories? More Little Victories or more reader Qs? More personal stuff from me, Morgan and other members of the HG community?

Let me know in the comments or via email!


12 Responses to The Future of What Do You Want More Of?

  1. Trish says:

    i love the little victories posts, and i’d like to see more of those! we have little victories every day, and recognizing them could be really helpful in recovery. and i think live chats would be really exciting!!

    • Sunny says:

      you got it! I also got a request for more body image posts. Thanks guys!

    • Shady says:

      I second this. The little victories posts are a great reasurance when you haven’t had a good week and a great place to recognize those little victories. I also like the idea live chats and questions/stories which are inspirational and a way of letting us know we aren’t alone in this battle.

  2. Kate D says:

    I like the little victories posts and any of the posts that talk about what we’re dealing on a day to day basis. I went so long not fitting anywhere because what I was going through was different than what I was reading on eating disorders or binge eating. I like feeling other people know what I’m going through or are experiencing the same craziness as me.

    And a like chat would be so cool! I hope I’ll be able to attend!

  3. Veronica says:

    I would also like to see more body image stuff. The little victories are awesome too. Live chats would be cool to have.

  4. Astrid says:

    I would love more real stories. I love feeling like I am not alone in this struggle, and I always feel so inspired to push forward when I know someone is doing the same!
    Maybe have a compilation of little victories from time to time, because I loved that post, too!

  5. Olivia says:

    I love the little victories posts too, because they encourage us all to stop and think about the positive points of our week that may have gone unnoticed. I know that often when I saw those posts, I thought to myself ‘it’s been such a crappy week, I really didn’t have any victories’, but when I stopped to think about it, I always found a little something to write about, which boosted my confidence a bit. :)
    I also love reading the Real Stories.

    • Angie says:

      Like a lot of people, ‘Little Victories’ postings inspire me. I also love the real stories and sharing in the daily postings. I can always relate to the topic. Maybe I don’t realize it at first glance, but I’ll think about the posting during moments in the day and realize that it is talking about something I just haven’t recognized / paid attention to. Thanks for all the work that you, Morgan, and others do for this site.

  6. Liz says:

    I like the real stories a lot! They make me feel less alone in my struggle and give me hope :) Thanks for this wonderful website, I’ve already made big improvements!

  7. Suz says:

    I like the stories, as well as news about eating disorders… I’m sure I’m not alone being someone formerly diagnosed with an eating disorder in my youth, who still has disordered eating and can use some inspiration and tips.

  8. lailai says:

    I like more coping mechanism type post, like what to do when you feel like you’re going to eat the entire kitchen

  9. Sonja says:

    I’d like to read some Q&A-type posts in which readers could share their thoughts and struggles and they could also help in the comment section.

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