Recovery Tip #32: Something to Remember When You Think You're Not Good Enough

I've got some exciting news I'd love to share with you! My website, Angie Viets, got featured #1 on Healthline's list of the Best Eating Disorders Blogs of 2017!!

I'm beyond grateful for all my loyal readers and amazing contributors.

I'm also working on an amazing new resource to help you along your journey to recovery and self-love that will be launched in the Fall!! 

Angie Viets, got featured #1 on Healthline's list of the Best Eating Disorders Blogs of 2017!!

That nagging voice inside that's constantly telling you that 'you're not good enough'. In today's video, I'm sharing how to finally shake off this feeling (once and for all...).

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Recovery Tip #31: The Number One Reason Why You Should Start Coloring

I've got some exciting news I'd love to share with you! My website, Angie Viets, got featured #1 on Healthline's list of the Best Eating Disorders Blogs of 2017!!

I'm beyond grateful for all my loyal readers and amazing contributors.

I'm also working on an amazing new resource to help you along your journey to recovery and self-love that will be launched in the Fall!! 

Angie Viets, got featured #1 on Healthline's list of the Best Eating Disorders Blogs of 2017!!

Coloring books for adults have become super popular, and unlike some (and most) fads, this one is actually really good for you!

There is something super soothing about coloring and it can help you calm your mind when you're feeling anxious or stressed (in recovery).

In today's video, I'm sharing some helpful tips to get started.

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Recovery Tip #30: How to Practice Vulnerability When It's Terrifying

I've got some exciting news I'd love to share with you! My website, Angie Viets, got featured #1 on Healthline's list of the Best Eating Disorders Blogs of 2017!!

I'm beyond grateful for all my loyal readers and amazing contributors.

I'm also working on an amazing new resource to help you along your journey to recovery and self-love that will be launched in the Fall!! 

Angie Viets, got featured #1 on Healthline's list of the Best Eating Disorders Blogs of 2017!!

What is vulnerability really?

The beauty of vulnerability is that it helps us connect and grow closer to other people.

But how? 

In today's video, I'm sharing some of my favorite tips.

Recommended resources:
- The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown
- Daring Greatly by Brené Brown

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Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it’s our greatest measure of courage.
— Brené Brown, Rising Strong

Recovery Tip #29: My Go-To Strategies to Ward Off Anticipatory Anxiety

Sometimes, even just thinking about something in the future causes you anxiety. This is what we call, anticipatory anxiety.

This could be about things like a talk you are going to give, an upcoming class or even a dinner or vacation that lies ahead.

I'm personally the queen of anticipatory anxiety and so today, I'm sharing some of my go-to strategies to nip your anxiety in the bud.

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Recovery Tip #28: What Does it Mean to Be a Good Friend?

Having friends is so important in recovery (and beyond).

I encourage you to open your heart and to seek out those deeper and more meaningful connections because they can play such a valuable role in your recovery process.

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Angie's Recovery Tip #27: A Quick and Simple Strategy to Deal With Overwhelm

I'm super excited to share my favorite strategy to deal with overwhelm.

Do you use other strategies to deal with overwhelm? Please share them in the comment section below, my YouTube Channel, or on social media (links below)!

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Angie's Recovery Tip #26: How to Navigate the Transition From High School to College?

Going to college is such an exciting time. But what if you have an eating disorder? 

I personally developed an eating disorder in my first semester of college and so I'm always very aware of how complicated the transition can be. 

In this video, I'm sharing a few tips on how you can ease that transition. 

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Angie's Recovery Tip #25: How to Reconnect With Your Recovery Goals

Do you find it difficult to connect with the 'why' of recovery? 

In today's video, I'm sharing some tried and true tips to help you reconnect with your recovery goals.

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