NEDA enough. This looks cool. I totally want to take a NEDA logo as a tattoo at some part of my life because I am recovering from an eating disorder.

eating disorder recovery symbol tattoo~ When I get to a healthy weight, I am going to get this.

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28 Beautiful Tattoos That Represent Eating Disorder Recovery

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Symbol for the national eating disorder association. A tattoo to show recovery from an eating dusorder Polynesian NEDA symbol

This symbol right here is the eating disorder recovery symbol. Many ED warriors get this symbol tattooed on their body when they are in the recovery process or have recovered from an eating disorder. Many people are unaware of what this symbol means; everything it stands for.

My Eating Disorder Recovery Story

This symbol is the eating disorder recovery symbol. Many get this symbol tattooed on their body when they are in the recovery process or have recovered from an eating disorder.

Recovery tattoo- want something like this when I'm done

Recover(ed). Ed is the name we gave our eating disorders in treatment. it stands for it. I love this tattoo.

I actually love this tattoo so much. Eating disorder recovery symbol and a beautiful flower to represent regrowth and new life/opportunities. I WANT THIS.                                                                                                                                                     More

I actually love this tattoo so much. Eating disorder recovery symbol and a beautiful flower to represent regrowth and new life/opportunities.

LOVE this neda tatt!!

I really want a tattoo to remind myself how far I have actually come, sometimes my head takes over it all and I forget

FYeahTattoos.com  Eating disorder recovery tattoo ft. NEDA logo

Beautiful ED recovery tattoo. done by Matt Lee at Juggernaut tattoo in Dawson Creek, BC. It's beautiful and the sentiment behind it is beautiful.

I love you. It's gets better and then worse again but then it ALWAYS gets better again. Just keep going, don't give up, stay strong and keep dreaming of better days

It's gets better and then worse again but then it ALWAYS gets better again. Just keep going, don't give up, stay strong and keep dreaming of better days" --- have patients create their own acronyms (H.

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