Green Recovery Series

“What Healthy Truly Means”: Quincy’s Green Recovery Story

March 10, 2013

Hello, all. Hope you’ve been enjoying beautiful weekends. Here in DC, there have been hints of spring in the air, though it’s been hard to enjoy them from the library! I’ve got another Green Recovery post for you today. I found this one particularly inspiring because the author is only eighteen years old, and she […]

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Green Recovery: Rachel Finds Balance and Compassion

March 2, 2013

Hi folks! Another wonderful set of commentary on my last post. Today, I’m posting my last NEDA week post for 2013, so those of you who have been anxiously awaiting the return of recipes and business as usual may breathe a sigh of relief   Meanwhile, those of you who have been relishing the freedom […]

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Green Recovery: Rose Carves Out Space in Her Life For Healing

February 27, 2013
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Thanks so much for the wonderful comments on Monday’s post, everyone. I’m really grateful. In staying with the NEDA theme for the week, I have a new Green Recovery post for you today! This one is from fellow blogger (and longtime CR reader/commenter) Rose, who submitted it to me saying, “I have read and benefited […]

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To Eat with Joy: A Guest Post on Recovery and Activism at Our Hen House

January 28, 2013

Evening, friends! I’m delighted that we have so many budding fermentation freaks in the audience   Tomorrow, I’ll go through some Q & A that arose from the lacto-fermentation post, and I’ll show you a delicious recipe I recently made with my fermented veggies! But tonight, I want to share a special, recovery-themed post with […]

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Unapologetically Angela: Angela’s Green Recovery Story

January 18, 2013
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It has been a while—far too long, I think—since I shared a Green Recovery post. But I’m happy to return to the series with a particularly wonderful submission. This one is from Angela G. Colantonio, a graduate student working toward her Master’s in Public Health. Angela is an exceptionally thoughtful and articulate writer, and I […]

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“I couldn’t understand why eating normally was so difficult for me”: Lauren’s Green Recovery Story

November 16, 2012
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Hello friends. This week has been long and exhausting; a lot of academic stress and anxiety coupled with far too little sleep. So it’s with a lot of joy that I’m presenting a narrative that lifted my spirits as I put the week into perspective; I hope it will do the same for you. It […]

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Finding Peace Through Activism: Marissa’s Green Recovery Story

September 8, 2012
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Happy weekend, friends! I’m here tonight with a new Green Recovery story. This one is from Marissa, who writes the blog Righteous Chickpea. You may have “met” Marissa when she wrote a guest post on Stop Chasing Skinny. If you haven’t met her yet, I hope you’ll enjoy her inspiring recovery story. As you all […]

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