Although the classes could have been structured a lot better (I soon realized why I was the only anorexic there), I got more out of them than I previously thought. My posts were titled "one day at a time" because getting past eating disorders does require staying in the body, living one day at a time, and getting back on the horse if you find yourselves slipping back into the eating disorders. Don't guilt-trip yourselves. You've received plenty of guilt from others, and it only makes the eating disorders stronger. It doesn't make you stronger. Part of recovery is getting out of thought patterns that aren't working for you. Instead, if you find yourselves not eating again, or binging/purging again, just think "Oh, time to get back on the horse".
Eating disorders are coping mechanisms that we started using because we didn't have access to better ways of coping with our life circumstances, or we weren't yet able to make necessary life changes. We did the best we could. And it takes time to learn the better ways or to make changes.
That is such an inspiring post! excpecially for me, I binged last night and feel terrible about it but like you said today is a new day and I just gotta move on!
I love this post because I am getting to this point right now in my recovery. I still need to believe it but I am glad to see someone else say it