Meet Running in Silence author Rachael Steil, who shares her journey through eating disorder recovery with us.
Eating disorder recovery is not linear. And that's okay.
This is part of Lane 9 Project’s essay series; an anonymous essay of recovery, reconnecting with yourself, and running. We welcome all forms of expression, story-telling, and connecting. If you want to share, anonymously or otherwise, we want to help. The day before the Drake Relays steeplechase, I went out to dinner with my teams’ throwers. … Continue reading Finding Resilience
Amenorrhea is, by definition, not normal. It doesn't happen just because you're "active".
HGTV hummed in the background and a stack of gossip magazines were lazily stacked on the table next to me. My hands rested on my lap, tightly woven together. Thumbs anxiously pressed against each other, I hummed to myself. A combination of Beyoncé and Sylvan Esso circulated through my head — my pump up music driving to … Continue reading I am an active woman. At any weight.