150 Affirmations for Eating Disorder Recovery

Recovering from an eating disorder is a journey that demands courage, patience, and continuous self-compassion

In this transformative phase, every word of encouragement and every positive affirmation can be a stepping stone towards a healthier, happier you. 

In this post, we aim to offer you that sign of hope and strength

These affirmations are more than just words; they are small lights in the darkness, guiding you towards self-acceptance and love

Whether you are at the beginning of your recovery journey or well on your way, these affirmations are designed to remind you of your inherent worth and the incredible strength you possess. 

Let’s embark on this journey together, with each affirmation opening a new door to healing and self-discovery.

Affirmations for Eating Disorder Recovery

  1. I am worthy of recovery and a healthy life.

  2. My value is not determined by my appearance or weight.

  3. I choose health and well-being over unhealthy habits.

  4. I deserve to nourish my body and give it energy and strength.

  5. I am learning to appreciate my body for all that it does for me.

  6. I am more than my eating disorder.

  7. Every meal is a step towards recovery.

  8. My feelings are valid, and I give myself permission to express them.

  9. I trust in my ability to unlock the way and set myself free.

  10. I am building a future free from my eating disorder.

  11. I am not alone in this journey; support is all around me.

  12. I choose to be kind to myself.

  13. I am learning and growing every day.

  14. My courage is stronger than my fear.

  15. I deserve compassion and understanding.

  16. I am taking steps towards positive change.

  17. I will not let my eating disorder define me.

  18. I am enough just as I am.

  19. I am grateful for the support of my friends and family.

  20. My health is more important than meeting societal standards.

  21. I will practice patience with myself during recovery.

  22. I am committed to treating my body with respect.

  23. I am becoming a better version of myself every day.

  24. I choose recovery over my eating disorder.

  25. I am capable of overcoming my eating disorder.

  26. I am creating a life of balance and freedom.

  27. My past does not define my future.

  28. I am worthy of love and respect from myself and others.

  29. I am learning to let go of perfectionism.

  30. My body deserves love and respect.

  31. I am gaining strength every day.

  32. I am beautiful inside and out.

  33. I am creating a healthy relationship with food.

  34. My recovery is worth the effort.

  35. I am not my eating disorder.

  36. I deserve happiness and peace.

  37. I trust that my body will find its natural balance.

  38. I am grateful for the opportunity to heal.

  39. I choose life and health over my eating disorder.

  40. My body is my ally, not my enemy.

  41. I am letting go of harmful habits.

  42. I celebrate my progress, no matter how small.

  43. I am not defined by my past mistakes.

  44. I am creating a life of abundance and health.

  45. I am learning to love myself more every day.

  46. My happiness is worth more than any number on a scale.

  47. I am proud of myself for choosing recovery.

  48. I am becoming the person I am meant to be.

  49. I am dedicated to my recovery journey.

  50. I believe in my ability to overcome my eating disorder.

  51. I am creating a life filled with balance and joy.

  52. My self-worth is not determined by what I eat or don’t eat.

  53. I am deserving of a happy and healthy life.

  54. My body is a temple, and I choose to treat it with respect.

  55. I release the need for control and trust my body’s wisdom.

  56. I am stronger than my urge to engage in unhealthy behaviors.

  57. I am proud of myself for every step I take towards recovery.

  58. I choose nourishment over restriction.

  59. My happiness is independent of my size or shape.

  60. I am worth more than my appearance.

  61. I am allowed to take up space.

  62. My feelings are important, and I choose to express them healthily.

  63. I am not defined by my eating disorder.

  64. I choose healing over hiding.

  65. I am worthy of love from myself and others.

  66. I am more than a number on a scale.

  67. My recovery is a journey, not a destination, and I am committed to it.

  68. I am brave enough to face my fears and work through them.

  69. I am letting go of guilt and shame.

  70. I choose to celebrate my body for its strength and resilience.

  71. I am patient with my body as it heals.

  72. I choose to speak kindly to myself because my words have power.

  73. I am grateful for my body’s ability to heal.

  74. I am open to experiencing joy in my life.

  75. My body deserves love, respect, and care.

  76. I am learning to trust my body and its signals.

  77. I am creating a life free from the control of my eating disorder.

  78. I am ready to embrace change and grow.

  79. I am lovable and deserving of love just as I am.

  80. I choose peace over perfection.

  81. I am letting go of the need to be perfect.

  82. I trust in my ability to take care of myself.

  83. I am creating a life of health and happiness.

  84. My body is worthy of kindness and care.

  85. I am grateful for the progress I’ve made.

  86. I choose to focus on what I can gain from recovery, not what I lose.

  87. I am resilient, and I can handle anything that comes my way.

  88. I am allowed to eat without feeling guilty.

  89. I am committed to my recovery, even when it’s hard.

  90. I am worthy of a life free from the grip of my eating disorder.

  91. I choose to see the beauty in myself and in the world around me.

  92. My worth is not measured in calories or scales.

  93. I am kind to myself during moments of struggle.

  94. I am worthy of happiness and a fulfilling life.

  95. I am building a healthy and strong body.

  96. I celebrate my victories, big and small, in my recovery journey.

  97. I am grateful for the support I receive.

  98. I am worthy of a healthy relationship with food.

  99. My journey towards recovery is a path I walk with pride.

  100. I believe in my ability to find balance and peace.

  101. I embrace my journey towards health and well-being.

  102. My worth is not defined by my eating habits; I am valuable regardless.

  103. I am learning to love my body and all that it does for me.

  104. Every day, I choose health and healing.

  105. I am capable of achieving balance in my life.

  106. My body deserves nourishment, and I choose to provide it.

  107. I am worthy of a life free from the constraints of my eating disorder.

  108. My recovery is my priority, and I am committed to it.

  109. I release the need to compare myself to others; I am my own person.

  110. I am proud of the progress I have made, no matter how small.

  111. My feelings and thoughts are valid.

  112. I am allowed to take up space and be myself.

  113. I choose to be gentle with myself during difficult times.

  114. I am grateful for the strength that lies within me.

  115. My happiness is a priority, and I work towards it every day.

  116. I trust in my ability to make healthy choices.

  117. I am resilient, and I can overcome any challenge that comes my way.

  118. I am worthy of love, kindness, and respect.

  119. My body is amazing just the way it is.

  120. I am learning to listen to my body’s needs.

  121. Every meal is a chance to nourish and take care of myself.
  122. I am beautiful, inside and out.

  123. I deserve to live a life free from the obsession with food and weight.

  124. I am creating a healthy relationship with food.

  125. I am strong enough to overcome my eating disorder.

  126. I believe in my power to heal and grow.

  127. I am worthy of a fulfilling and joyful life.

  128. My body deserves love and respect.

  129. I am learning to be patient with myself during my recovery.

  130. I am committed to my recovery, and I believe in my ability to succeed.

  131. I am allowed to enjoy food without feeling guilty.

  132. I am creating a life of balance, peace, and joy.

  133. I celebrate my body for its strength and resilience.

  134. My self-worth is not determined by my appearance; I am worthy just as I am.

  135. I am kind to myself, even when I struggle.

  136. I am allowed to feel my emotions and express them in healthy ways.

  137. I am grateful for my journey, as it has made me who I am today.

  138. I am learning to replace negative thoughts with positive ones.

  139. My happiness and well-being are worth the effort.

  140. I am becoming the best version of myself.

  141. I am free to create a life I love.

  142. I am worthy of recovery and all the good that comes with it.

  143. I am grateful for the support of my loved ones.

  144. I trust that I am on the right path.

  145. I am creating a life where I am at peace with food.

  146. I am worthy of a life beyond my eating disorder.

  147. I am grateful for my body’s ability to heal.

  148. I am strong, resilient, and capable of overcoming my eating disorder.

  149. My recovery is a journey worth taking.

  150. I believe in my ability to find balance and live a life of freedom.
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