Size does not determine health, worth, or beauty. Believing anything different will keep you stuck and consumed with body thoughts.
“Why am I SO hungry?”
“Because your body needs more nutrients.”
“But I’m eating!”
“Not enough, yet.”
The thing about having to struggle is that if we are willing to muster up the strength to face it, we can come out stronger.
What if you live in a household, have relatives, friends, or coworkers who continue to engage in triggering conversations despite you asking them not to?
Self-care comes in many forms. If you need a little more inspiration, consider these three self-care practices that don’t cost a dime.
Through mindfulness and being present, each moment of your day, even the simplest and smallest acts, can become opportunities for awakening.
Finals week is a time full of excitement, anticipation, and lots and lots of stress. When you couple finals week with eating disorder recovery, things get even more complicated. Here are 3 tips to help you survive finals week.
Overeating occurs on a continuum of slight overeating to full out binging. Regardless of the degree of overeating, it warrants understanding why it’s happening.
We all have defense mechanisms, which develop as a response to not getting our primal needs met.
The ‘Summer Body’ mindset is something that has become commonplace in society and it’s a dangerous and unhealthy trend.