Just because things are better, relatively speaking, doesn’t mean that things are as good as they can get.
“Mom, could I get a gym membership for my birthday?” Here are five core things that helped me navigate through this sticky situation as a parent.
If you’re at the point where you’re looking to strengthen your support from others, here are a few things you could ask your loved ones to help you with.
Going back to school is exciting, but it can also really throw you for a loop. If you find yourself struggling more than you’d anticipated, don’t beat yourself up.
How do we reframe comparisons and check the facts so that we don’t get so twisted up in these unhealthy patterns?
The reality is, imagining a future life in recovery is a lot like a first-year med student not being able to picture what it would be like to be a cardiac surgeon.
It truly does take a village in eating disorder recovery. A village consisting of a therapist, dietitian, medical provider, and supportive individuals helping you fight for your life.
The best kind of support goes back to the basic human need of needing to be seen and their pain acknowledged.
Watching someone you care about struggle is hard. Try following these words of advice to get them the help they need.
We must recognize that weight stigma, fatphobia and fear mongering are contributing to the negative body image that coincides with eating disorders.