Eating disorders - Spark Self Love

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Eating disorders - Spark Self Love

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This Spark Love bracelet is intended to shed light on eating disorders, and offer hope to anyone who has battled through an eating disorder or has a loved one who has struggled. In color psychology, pink is a sign of hope. It is a positive color inspiring warm and comforting feelings. It is also the universal color of love of oneself and of others. We want this bracelet to be a reminder of self-love. We want this to be a reminder to be kind to yourself. We are constantly told that we are not good enough, we are not skinny enough, we are not thick enough, we are not pretty enough but let this bracelet remind you that YOU. ARE. ENOUGH. The problem is not your body; it is the way you think about your body. Let this bracelet give you strength. You will recover from this, everything is going to be okay. You are strong, you are beautiful, you are worthy.  You are your own type of beautiful, don’t you ever forget that. Let’s Spark love, let’s spark confidence, let’s spark a conversation.

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10% of every Let’s Spark Love bracelet will be donated to The Eating Recovery Center! The Eating Recovery Center is an international center for eating disorders recovery providing comprehensive treatment for anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder and other unspecified eating disorders. They offer healing and hope for a lasting recovery to individuals and families suffering with an eating disorder. Utilizing a full continuum of care, they provide expert behavioral health and medical treatment in an environment of compassion, competence, collaboration, and integrity. Each treatment team consists of a psychiatrist, psych clinician, family clinician, dietitian, nurse, case manager, alumni coordinator and other related patient support staff. A full-time internal medicine physician is also available to all patients. They are also dedicated to research in search of better care and treatments for patients with eating disorders.