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Loneliness and Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are not just about food and body image, in fact, eating disorders are deeply connected with underlying triggers associated…

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A Letter to Eating Disorder Professionals on Burnout

Eating disorder professionals, including therapists and counselors, nutritionists, and physicians, play an incredible role in the recovery process of their client….

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How to Successfully Navigate the Holiday Season if You’re Alone

The holiday season can be joyous for many but can be triggering for individuals who are alone, who recently lost a…

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How to Help Your Roommate with Their Eating Disorder

Next Steps for Helping Your Roomate with Their Eating Disorder Eating disorders are complex psychiatric illnesses that develop from a multitude…

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Gratitude: More Than Just Being Thankful

The holiday season is a time to reflect, celebrate and be thankful for many aspects of life however practicing gratitude throughout…

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Food Sensitivity Tips Around Thanksgiving

For an individual with an eating disorder the holidays can prove especially difficult, and seemingly simple commitments such as attending a…

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The Five “Other” Eating Disorders

Other specified feeding or eating disorder, otherwise known as OSFED has replaced Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS) in The Diagnostic…

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Emotional Eating and the Link to Eating Disorders

Who is Affected by Emotional Eating? It starts out innocently enough, literally. As infants, milk comforts cries and as children, treats…

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EMDR for Substance Abuse Treatment

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy was originally discovered as an approach to…

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Eating Disorders and Suicide

Who is affected? Eating disorders are oftentimes accompanied with thoughts of suicide or suicide attempts. In fact, suicide is the most…

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