Somedays Written by Social Workers at the National Association of Social Workers’ Conference – NJ Annual Conference
Posted January 27, 2013

Submitted on May 6, 2013

Someday teenagers will be able to build one another up instead of rip each other down.

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Someday more funding will be available to help those who need it.

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Someday –
I will stop bingeing on food and be comfortable with my body and who I am.
I will not let food control me and my daily routine.
Someday I will be able to say I eat to live not live to eat.

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Someday I will help someone heal.

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Someday I will be happy with my body.

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Someday I will be a therapist who helps others overcome ED.

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Someday I will know how to ask for help instead of always trying to do it myself.

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Someday
We will all be satisfied with who we are and that we are all “good enough”.

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Someday mental illness will be treated like any other illness.

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Someday I will travel the world and enjoy the natural beauty.

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Someday, I’ll wake up in a world that feels safe and content without people in pain.

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Someday, there will be so much education awareness and effective treatment for ED that ED will never be able to take another beautiful life again.

~Salony Setya

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Someday I will help all of my clients overcome their addictions and lead happy and healthy lives.

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Someday I will stop wearing my maternity jeans just because I’m too anxious to buy new post-partum jeans in a bigger size than I used to be.

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Someday I will love the way I look and not care what others think.

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I someday will accomplish all my goals and empower my mind and body through positive living.

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Someday…
I will be at peace.

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Someday…
I will know my sister is ok and fully healthy and happy with how God made her.
I will use my social work skills to help others achieve hope and life.

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Someday I will give someone the encouragement they may desperately need to survive.

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Someday there will be no environmental triggers to cause the pain for ED.

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Someday my child will be at peace with his body and his mind.  He will have the tools he needs to be in this world and be part of it.

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Someday I will know why.

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Someday prayers will be answered.

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Someday daughters won’t be forced to repeat and suffer (for) the illnesses of their mothers!

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Someday…
I will bring hope and joy to Alzheimer’s/Dementia victims.

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Someday
Everyone will be at peace with themselves.
Someday
Everyone will learn to truly love themselves.

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Someday
I’ll graduate and have my MSW and will make a documentary to help those in need.

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I would like our culture to accept all shapes and sizes and for models to look like us.

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Someday I will allow myself to have more fun and be less worried about what I should do.

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Someday people will understand that an eating disorder is a real illness.

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Someday,
everyone will know what it feels like to love themselves and be loved.

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Someday I will forget that eating disordered voice I used to have of my own.
Someday I hope my daughter will live in a world where girls love themselves for who they are.

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Someday there will be more understanding, acceptance and healing for all those affected by this horrific addiction.  Self forgiveness and healing.

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Someday there will be no shame, no stigma in needing or asking for help with emotional issues.  Someday there will be peace in everyone’s hearts.

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Someday I will feel at peace with my body.

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Someday I will be content.

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Someday all girls will be happy in their own bodies.

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Someday I will see all of the world’s greatest miracles made by man.

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Someday I will make a difference in someone like Melissa.  <3

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Someday I will be at peace with myself.

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Someday
Looks won’t matter –
and what shines within will matter.

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Someday I will see a world of people who respect themselves and others…

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Someday I will be less critical of my own body and love myself as I am.

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Someday I’ll effectively treat eating disorders.

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Someday I will see a world where no one judges anyone for who they are.

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Someday you will realize how much you are loved and there will be hope.

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Someday I will be brave enough to face my mother.

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Someday I will help as many people as I can.

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Someday I will be at peace with who I am.

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We will affect change in young women with eating disorders, giving them hope and recovery.

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I will be secure in my own skin.

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Someday…
I will find peace, serenity and happiness everyday.

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Someday will be today.
Someday I will not wait for someday – someday will be today.

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Someday the value of who you are will not be measured by others.

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Someday I will be known to many.

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Someday I will make sure my baby-to-be will grow up not worrying about what other people think because she will possess the confidence in herself.

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Someday I will have grandchildren.

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Someday we will recognize that anxiety and depression are not weaknesses.

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Someday girls will know their worth is not dependent on their looks.