Homework for the Journey

From time to time, we all need to externalize and write out what it is we are going through, longing for, or have already overcome. Feel free to browse through our collection of resources

    • Write Back from your Eating Disorder Self

      Please first complete the assignment called, “Goodbye Letter to your Eating Disorder Self.” After completion, let your Eating Disorder Self respond to your goodbye letter.

    • Worksheets

      What Type of Parent Did You Grow Up With?

      This exercise identifies emotional immaturity in parental figures with the aim to better understand your lived experience.

    • Evidence and Cost/Benefit Analysis of My Eating Disorder

      First complete the assignment entitled, “What My Eating Disorder Does for Me.” Rewrite those statements here, and then answer the evidence, cost, and benefit questions for each of those three reasons.

    • Dialogue with your Eating Disorder Self and Healthy Self

      When you feel an urge to engage in a behavior, listen to and then write what your Eating Disorder Self is telling you, including what behavior it wants to engage in, and try to include why. Then respond from your Healthy Self.

    • Worksheets

      Delving Deeper Into Personal Experiences of Racial Microaggressions

      Explore the frequency of committing or experiencing microaggressions in this worksheet to help you respond in a more meaningful way.

    • Becoming an Ally in the “Real World”

      Think of a time when you heard someone in your life say something racist or that reflected internalized racism. Write about it in this worksheet.

    • Becoming an Ally

      This worksheet encourages you to think about your strengths and weaknesses in being an ally.

    • Assessing Your Parent’s Emotional Immaturity

      This worksheet identifies potential signs of emotional immaturity in parental relationships.

    • Assessing Your Childhood Difficulties with an Emotionally Immature Parent

      Emotional immaturity shows itself most clearly in relationships, especially between a parent and child. Read through the following statements, and check off all that reflect your childhood experience.

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