Category Archives: Eating Disorders

A Thanksgiving PSA

A little PSA as we approach Thanksgiving and all the holiday things. This morning I heard my first calorie shaming comment of the season – you know, the whole “REMEMBER! The average American eats X calories at Thanksgiving dinner. That … Continue reading

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The morning after

The morning after holidays can be rough – like a hangover, but for guilt and judgement: “I ate too much (fill in the blank).” “I’m a disgusting pig for eating my kid’s candy.” “Diet starts today!” And so goes the … Continue reading

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NEDA Week: What’s weight got to do with it

Fat is not a feeling, but there’s plenty of emotion behind the word. And I’ve been feeling pretty emotional about it lately. I don’t want to purport the stereotype that eating disorders are all about weight, but the fact is that … Continue reading

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NEDA Week: When too much of a good thing goes wrong

Secrets keep you sick. During National Eating Disorder Awareness Week especially, I want to remind you that if you are struggling, you are not alone. There’s a lot of freedom in vulnerability, which is why it’s so important to share … Continue reading

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Giving Tuesday: Giving Lives Back

“Secrets keep you sick.” Wise words from an amazing woman. A recent article in Salem, Massachusetts’ local paper is bringing awareness to eating disorders thanks to an incredibly brave family: Breaking the Silence I am grateful to know Ema and … Continue reading

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