April is about to end, and besides raising awareness on autism, sexual assault prevention, and child abuse prevention, it is also the time of the year when organizations around the world want to remind people of the danger and damage that alcohol has on a person and their families.
Ugly Ducklings Inc is truly proud to present this podcast, where we talked to Robyn Cruze, who might not ring any bells to many of you, but, when you listen to her you can see the superhero that’s inside her.
Some of the strinking things that she mentioned are:
- “When my mom told us she was going to die my whole world came undone (…) and I really felt like the eating disorder served that for a really long time”.
- “I thought my feelings were going to kill me”.
- “I was viewing my beauty through other people, and I just did not measure up”.
- “My eating disorder had many phases. It had multiple personalities”.
- “When people started calling me ‘Robyn blobbin’ I immedately understood that my body was betraying me, so I went into restriction”.
- “When we want to start recovery we really need to identify those people that are non-judgemental”.
- “The more I shared my story with the people that I trust, the more support I got, the more encouragement I got”.
- “When we can own our story, that’s when we find our purpose, and our passions“.
- “I’m on the ground, in fetal position and my little girl Lily, she was 3, she came in and said to daddy: ‘Daddy, I think mommy needs a band-aid“.
Every word she said, every thought she shared with us was inspiring. And you can listen to it here:
There is hope. There is ALWAYS hope.