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Amy Winehouse Died Of Bulimia, Says Brother Alex

In his first full-length interview, Amy Winehouse’s brother Alex claims that the late singer lost her life because of bulimia. While Alex admits that Amy had her problems with drugs and alcohol, he told The Guardian that an eating disorder ultimately caused her demise – and it was a condition that Amy had struggled with …

Flirtation Sells For Valentine’s Day, But At What Cost To Young Girls?

It’s the time of year when television is riddled with pink-themed Victoria’s Secret commercials and department stores put skimpy lingerie front and center. It’s nearly Valentine’s Day, but some people seem to think that the blatant sexualization of women that goes along with it has got to stop. Canada fed up with sexy advertising According …

5 Ways To Survive Christmas With An Eating Disorder

It may be the season of joy and cheer, but having an eating disorder can feel like one giant headache during the holidays. While food-centered parties and gatherings might be sending you into an emotional tailspin, there are ways you can cope – and make it through the holidays with a smile on your face. …

Anorexia Treatment Options

Finding the right treatment options for anorexia depends largely on the severity and frequency of your symptoms. Those in the initial stages of eating disorder treatment might find it helpful to combine several different therapeutic modalities to support recovery, while those suffering relapse behavior or who are in later stages of treatment may benefit from …

What Does Lea Michele’s Grief Have To Do With Her Body?

After Glee actress Lea Michele lost her fiance Cory Monteith to a drug overdose in July, the star has been closely watched by the media and the public. But it’s possible some people are paying a little bit too much attention to Michele, which is exemplified by a recent article run by the The Daily …

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Virtues~N~Vices: FAITH

Step Out In Faith! Virtue: a valued principle of good moral behavior; a holy habit Vice: a practice of wrongdoing, essentially corruption of the virtue; an unholy habit. Faith: the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things unseen. (Heb.11:1) Fear: false evidence appearing real. Whether we believe in God or not, we use faith everyday. …

Eating Disorder Recovery Workbooks

We have a running joke with The Victorian clients, “If the combined weight of your eating disorder recovery books weigh as much as a human being, you might want to consider professional treatment.” The clients bust up laughing at this because so many of them have tried relentlessly to cure themselves of their disease; with …

Lust :: Warning

Lust is our warning that danger is ahead. In today’s media-driven, pornography-accepting world, you don’t hear much about lust. Most people won’t admit they do it, much less admit they have a problem with it. When I was an active sex addict lust ruled my life. It didn’t matter what sparked it… once the idea …

Meal Planning-Is It For You?

As many of you have realized by now, I am a strong advocate for the benefits of meal planning as a part of recovery from an eating disorder. I want to briefly share what I consider to be the benefits, for both those who are struggling with anorexia or bulimiia. For a person who has …

Big Fat Lies With Gary Taubes (VIDEO)

Great lecture by Gary Taubes on the true causes of obesity that explodes many common myths – including the widely held belief that obesity is a simple matter of calories in exceeding calories out. You think this is obviously true? It’s not. Watch!

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