#BoycottTheBefore wants you to rethink what eating disorder recovery looks like

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Just a few months ago, Lexie Louise deleted a photo from her Instagram that compared her body during her eating disorder to her body after recovery. 

She realized these popular side-by-side images, which spread widely across social media to increase awareness and promote the benefits of recovery, can actually do more harm than good. So, she created an empowering hashtag campaign called #BoycottTheBefore to call them out.

“I deleted my ‘then’ vs. ‘now’ recovery photos from social media today,” Louise wrote in a post explaining her decision. “Why? Well, because I am seeing I am so much more than just a comparison photo.” Read more…

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