2 thoughts on “The Truth about Bloating in Recovery

  1. I look in the mirror only to divert my eyes wishing this body was anywhere but here, inwardly begging God for a break through I no longer want to be the elephant in the room. I feel anxiety, overwhelm, frustrated. My mind is screaming. I can’t hide so l put on my mask pull out this lil piece of confident I keep in my secret draw to face the world because I wish someone would step to me side ways about my weight. When I step into the world I bring a herd of elephants. The STRUGGLE!!!!

    • What a poignant response. Thank you for your vulnerability here as you share a piece of your personal journey with us. This touched me deeply. I hold on to this promise for you, for me, and for others who struggle with “elephants” on a daily basis. “For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus” (Philippians 1:6). Love your heart, sister. Love what Jesus is doing there.

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