Blog

This is Sheena’s Place’s Client-Centred Blog that features our recovery stories, art, struggles, poetry, interviews, and many more, which all follow a set of safe space guidelines. We recognize that everyone is at a different place in their recovery. Food, weight, dieting, calories, specific eating disordered behaviours, or exercise behaviours can often be triggering, and are therefore not published on this blog. To submit your work, please email Kmccarthy@sheenasplace.org and read about Sheena’s Place’s blog moderator, Kira, here.

atonement

  Dear Readers, We are “more than what we do, or have, or give.” That sentence is worth reading again. We are “more than what…

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Disembodied

Dear Readers, Do you ever feel like you exist in a body that doesn’t belong to you? Like you want to control the body and…

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FACILITATOR SPOTLIGHT: An Interview with Sonya V. Thursby

  Dear Readers, I recently sat down with Sonya V. Thursby who is one of the facilitators at Sheena’s Place (SP). I was curious about…

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Real Story

Dear Readers, George Orwell wrote “Perhaps one did not want to be loved so much as to be understood.” That feeling of wanting to be…

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this is the place where i rest

Dear Blog Readers, These last few months and the months ahead of me, include many changes; most of them are not by choice and not…

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Change

Dear Readers,  Do you like change? Are you afraid of change? Is it something you avoid like me?  Change is inevitable. Every moment there is…

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Having an Eating Disorder in an Obese Body

Dear Readers, It is time for me to publish one of the more potentially sensitive posts. This particular piece sparked a great deal of discussion…

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henini

Dear Readers! It is another beautiful day in Toronto as I sit on a patio writing to you. This week we are featuring a poem…

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Making Connections – Making Friends

Dear Readers, One of the most meaningful parts of being a client at Sheena’s Place is the connections that you make with people in groups….

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Day by Day

Dear Readers, This week, Kate writes about what it is like to face recovery one day at a time.  Take good care of yourself, and…

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Thought Records

Dear Readers, One of the wonderful and humbling aspects of this community is the vast variety of skills we share and learn from each other….

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