Thank you Geniegal.
Ahh its strange, but I don't hate it when people tell me I'm doing well or show me different points of view. I agree with you, I feel so fortunate to be recovering now rather than in ten years time. The world moves fast and I want to be there for every second of it.
** I am home now. In my own room. Its strange being back, I am still adjusting to the change. I am determined to keep recoverying. I am tired of the term 'sick', doctors, patients and others will ask "Tell me your history, how long have you been sick for?".
I have started doing day program, so I attend the Eating Disorder day program twice a week. I started today, I literally work up, got dressed and walked down the stairs to start day program at 8am sharp. It felt strange waving at my old room mates from across the dining room. It worked out well though, no time to revert to old behaviors.
So I am now part of the day program, resuming work again later this week and then back into uni next week. Its full on but I am going to make sure that I observe some of the structures of the hospital and follow my meal plan. I want this. I want to get better and I am going to enjoy the process.