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How to Stay Away from Diet Culture During COVID-19
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…

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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…

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You can continue intuitive eating on Thanksgiving.
Bringing Intuitive Eating to Thanksgiving

Intuitive eating is an empowering path for those of us recovering from eating disorders and diet culture. With intuitive eating, we…

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Coping Methods to Get through Thanksgiving

Updated on 06/25/24 Thanksgiving can be a wonderful day filled with family togetherness and traditional foods. It can also be very…

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Intuitive Eating: Halloween Edition

This is my favorite time of year. I love the leaves changing color and crunching under my feet when I walk….

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Parents can model a positive relationship with food.
How Parents Can Help Kids Develop a Positive Relationship With Food

In honor of National Children’s Health Day, let’s take a look at food and family. Here are tips for promoting a…

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Do No Harm: Weight Stigma in the Medical Field

Content warning for weight stigma in the medical field I had gone into her office because I had a sinus infection….

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Responsible parenting of a child with an Eating Disorder/Mental Illness

One of the first skills we have to learn as responsible parents is figuring out what our child needs so we…

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Early Eating Disorder Intervention

Eating disorders affect 20 million women and 10 million men in the United States and approximately 15% of these individuals seek…

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Eating Disorders in Young Children

According to statistics, eating disorders are more common in females than in males; in fact, only one in three individuals with…

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