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10 Steps to Stop Binge Eating

10 Steps to Stop Binge Eating

I often get asked what “cured” my binge eating disorder after struggling with it for YEARS (on and off since I was 11 years old). The honest answer is that there was no ONE thing that made me stop binging right away, but looking back now there were some crucial steps...

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Essentials for Healing from an Eating Disorder

Essentials for Healing from an Eating Disorder

Originally published on Metiza Magazine Although I've been in self-led recovery from bulimia since I quit fitness competitions last May, I still suffered from extreme body dysmorphia, lack of self confidence, and worst of all, binge eating. After lots of...

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Embracing My Story

Embracing My Story

It’s always intriguing hearing someone else’s life story, their chain of events, and how things played out to bring them to where they are right now. My mom is a perfect example of a fascinating life story. She grew up in Moscow in the last three decades of the 20th...

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Why I Quit Bikini Competitions

Why I Quit Bikini Competitions

I'm sharing my story about why I quit bikini competitions to shine light on the dark side of the fitness industry. It breaks my heart that young girls are looking up to fitness models on Instagram without a single clue about how destructive that type of lifestyle can...

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Just Keep Swimming

Just Keep Swimming

At a mere three years old, I began to believe I am not worthy. "I'm not good enough." "This is my fault." "Nothing I do will bring my parents back together." At the brink of my parents’ divorce, the truth of the last statement intensified. Rather than seeing the...

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Hi, I’m Mary and after recovering from an eating disorder and healing my body, mind, and spirit, I started my online platform Mary’s Cup of Tea, to inspire women to embrace their bodies and love themselves unconditionally. Now, I travel to beautiful places hosting my worldwide self-love retreats while sharing my heart with you through my writings, videos, and online courses.

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Hi, I’m Mary and after recovering from an eating disorder and healing my body, mind, and spirit, I started my online platform Mary’s Cup of Tea, to inspire women to embrace their bodies and love themselves unconditionally. Now, I travel to beautiful places hosting my worldwide self-love retreats while sharing my heart with you through my writings, videos, and online courses.

Let’s Get Social!

10 Steps to Stop Binge Eating

10 Steps to Stop Binge Eating

I often get asked what “cured” my binge eating disorder after struggling with it for YEARS (on and off since I was 11 years old). The honest answer is that there was no ONE thing that made me stop binging right away, but looking back now there were some crucial steps...

read more
Essentials for Healing from an Eating Disorder

Essentials for Healing from an Eating Disorder

Originally published on Metiza Magazine Although I've been in self-led recovery from bulimia since I quit fitness competitions last May, I still suffered from extreme body dysmorphia, lack of self confidence, and worst of all, binge eating. After lots of...

read more
Embracing My Story

Embracing My Story

It’s always intriguing hearing someone else’s life story, their chain of events, and how things played out to bring them to where they are right now. My mom is a perfect example of a fascinating life story. She grew up in Moscow in the last three decades of the 20th...

read more
Why I Quit Bikini Competitions

Why I Quit Bikini Competitions

I'm sharing my story about why I quit bikini competitions to shine light on the dark side of the fitness industry. It breaks my heart that young girls are looking up to fitness models on Instagram without a single clue about how destructive that type of lifestyle can...

read more
Just Keep Swimming

Just Keep Swimming

At a mere three years old, I began to believe I am not worthy. "I'm not good enough." "This is my fault." "Nothing I do will bring my parents back together." At the brink of my parents’ divorce, the truth of the last statement intensified. Rather than seeing the...

read more

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