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What do ADD and eating disorders have in common?
"My experiences have shaped my way of thinking, and I truly believe everything happens for a reason."
Being positive can have its drawbacks.
Support your body through recovery.
Exercise is a stress on the body. More isn't always better.
If you’re food- and weight-obsessed, it could be a sign that you’re seeking meaning.
Watching someone you love self-destruct is a heartbreaking experience. When someone we care about has an eating disorder — whether it's anorexia,...
Eating disorder recovery is extremely difficult, but the results can be liberating.
Sure, giving yourself some structure can help you feel more in control. But healthy, sustainable weight loss comes from eating balanced and healthy...
There are six things I wish everyone knew about orthorexia so they can help those struggling not be thrown back into old habits because of their...
How could I ever expect my body to respond well to me when I was degrading it at every chance I could?
Today, I'm grateful to report that I no longer struggle with food. And it's NOT because I finally figured out how to make willpower work for me.
What am I doing? I asked myself. Did I forget my Prozac today?
What we don't talk about when we talk about sexual assault.
I've learned ways to dance with the demons that emerge when I compare my current body to a previous one or someone else's, but sometimes it can feel...