...Thanks for allowing me to be vulnerable. Giving me courage to stutter through. To not run away, to express my rage in a responsible way (without hurting myself or others). For sharing your own experiences, strength and hope. For your childlike innocence vulnerability, and strength of a warrior, protecting those she cares for. Thanks for confronting me and reminding me that I have the mind of a food addict- rationalizing and justifying. ... Thanks for giving me the courage to not hide behind my secrets. To be open to who I am. Accepting it. Thanks.