6 Tips on how to Combat Holiday Blues

The holiday season can hold great expectations for any individual or family who partakes in them. Oftentimes there is a family…

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World Kindness Day

World Kindness Day is celebrated annually on November 13th. On this day, participants attempt to make the world a better place by…

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World Health Organization Renames Gender Dysphoria Incongruence

The World Health Organization Has Finally Stopped Classifying Gender Dysphoria As a Mental Illness The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that…

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World Eating Disorders Action Day 2018: Facts About Eating Disorders

Cutting and Eating Disorders Nonsuicidal self-injury disorder, better known as self-harm, is characterized by the purposeful actions of causing physical harm…

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Virtual Reality for Mental Health

The term “virtual reality” was coined in the mid-1980s and was used in many industries including the Hollywood movie industry. Also,…

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Trigger-or-Treat: Halloween in Recovery

October is officially here which means that Halloween is right around the corner! Most individuals spend their time thinking about costumes,…

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Tips for Finding a Therapist Specialized in Eating Disorders

Where to Begin Finding a Therapist Specialized in Eating Disorders When battling an eating disorder, individuals should seek out the best…

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Thinspiration and Bonespiration in Relation to Eating Disorders

Summer is ending which means back to the classrooms for teachers and school-aged children. After having the summer off, sitting in…

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How Teachers and Coaches can Help Prevent Eating Disorders

Preventing Eating Disorders Sports environments and school classrooms can increase the risk of eating disorders among some students. The competition, need…

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Seven Tips to Survive Thanksgiving with an Eating Disorder

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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