Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
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Recent posts about Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
happy for my steps I’m making towards recovery, including signing up for an intensive outpatient program. it’s not an easy time having ARFID but I know I can do it. I deserve a full and whole life.
diagnosed with moderate to severe ARFID and thinking about treatment... any support would be really appreciated
to take next semester off. I know it’s the best for me in my mind and heart and knew it from the second I was talking to my college’s student development specialist (louise is great). proud of myself and I know fully dedicating myself to ARFID recovery will be worth it in the long run. ❤️
so tired of not being okay... I really think ARFID is doing a number on me. I know I’m malnourished and have all these health issues because of it but I just can’t seem to bring myself to eat consistently. I feel so incredibly weak all the time, and just threw up again this morning. happy that I at least am calling right after I make this post to do intake.