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EATING DISORDER BLOGS

Top 8 Eating Disorder Instagram Accounts to Support Your Recovery

Eating disorder recovery can be a lonely experience. Having the right community and support can make all the difference. Follow these...

The Harm in Disordered Eating

The Panic I felt the lump in my throat as I looked around. The smell of fresh grilled meat filled the...

Seasonal affective disorder and eating disorders can be treated.

More Than the Winter Blues: Seasonal Affective Disorder and Eating Disorders

No one knows exactly what causes eating disorders. Researchers think it’s a combination of factors, including genetics, psychological health, significant life...

New Year's resolutions and eating disorders can be tricky.

New Year’s Resolutions and Eating Disorders: 4 Tips for Goal-Setting

As the new year approaches, it’s tempting to think about New Year’s resolutions. News article after news article talks about strategies...

Remaining Body Positive Through the Holidays

Remaining Body Positive Through the Holidays As the holiday season makes its annual appearance, many look forward to the warmth of...

Your Baby Doesn’t Have to Like Kale: Baby Food, Food Hierarchies, and The New Yorker

When I was a child, I was called a “picky eater.” I had a small roster of foods that I would...

should I seek treatment during winter break

Should I Seek Treatment During Winter Break?

Here are a few things to consider when determining whether seeking eating disorder treatment during winter break is right for you....

Returning Home for the Holidays and Eating Disorder Recovery

Although holiday food would seem to be the biggest issue for those with an eating disorder, being around family at the...

Surviving Final Exams without Jeopardizing Your Eating Disorder Recovery

Final exam season can be stressful, but it doesn’t mean your recovery has to be put in jeopardy. Get through it...

Bariatric Surgery for Kids: What the American Academy of Pediatrics Gets Wrong in their New Public Health Policy

The American Academy of Pediatrics is now recommending weight loss surgery for children. Will this do more harm than good? The...