The benefit of having an eating disorder is that you can learn to listen to it. It has so much to teach you about what’s bothering you and what
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I often hear people tell me they wish they had a drug or alcohol addiction so they could just stop using or drinking. They believe it’s harder when it’s
That scale in your bathroom is not your friend! It is a critical enemy. Okay. The scale isn’t really the enemy. The meaning you give to the number that shows up on the scale
If you knew for sure that you could be healthy no matter your body size, would you still want to be thin? Is it really about health, as you
What if your hunger could talk? What would it say? What does it want you to know? Take a breath right now and ask your hunger what it wants.
Food is not the enemy, shame is. Shame is believing that you are rotten to your core. Dieting and eating perfect are only ways to try your best to
When I look back at my life with disordered eating and body image, it’s hard to remember how difficult and challenging it all was. I remember most strongly comparing myself to every woman I
Last Wednesday I wrote and sent out a newsletter article sharing my feelings about that day’s events. Knowing that many others were having feelings like mine, I thought it was a good time to
The results of the election have devastated me! I feel sad, hopeless, terrified, horrified. I am so concerned about the state of this country and all the damage that Trump paired with having a
This is a Guest Blog written by Michelle Peterson of RecoveryPride.org The vast majority of education about eating disorders is focused on women. Admittedly, women are twice as likely to develop an eating disorder due