The MinnieMaud Guidelines are not a Rosetta Stone that will unlock a perfect recovery process. Use them in conjunction with, and not in place of, professional advice.
You have to break a few eggs to make an omelet...and other frameworks with which to understand reversal of damage once in remission from a restrictive eating disorder.
Kerrie Baldwin is a professional writer and editor currently working on her upcoming memoir: Eating by Numbers: A Journey out of Anorexia. This guest post from Kerrie will give you what my hundreds of thousands of words on this site cannot give you: a real sense of what it is like swimming in the seas of recovery and surrender.
You may not like this one, but eating disorders are not problems to be solved. They are predicaments to be nudged and jostled along.