Your Body Or Your Life

A reminder, if you would like to read my latest blog post which is about suicide awareness week and weight stigma awareness weeks please go to this link: Same blog different url! Thanks! Dr. Deah

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You Don’t Want To Make Me Angry… Because I’ll Cry

I had a difficult session yesterday, it was the first time I contemplated walking out of the therapist’s office. I’m not that great with anger. It takes me a lot to get riled up properly, mostly because of the ultimate pet hate, which is: 1)      When someone talks in the 3rd person. Hayley gets very …

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You Ate It – Now Move On With Your Life!

Just in time for Halloween, some frightening posts appeared on my Facebook feed. Titled, “You ate it. . . Now negate it!” the posts featured pictures of popular Halloween candies, alongside their calorie contents and the amount of exercise required to burn them off. That mini Snickers that sang to you from your leftover stash? …

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You Are Beautiful. . . Or Does It Even Really Matter?

The sign beckons me from a parking lot in Santa Monica.  You are beautiful, it says.  And for a moment, I agree.  I am beautiful.  And so are you.  And you.  And yes, even you. It’s such a, well, beautiful sentiment.  We should all acknowledge how uniquely beautiful we are. For years, I’ve worked within …

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WW, Part 2

Years ago, I visited a Weight Watchers meeting to learn more about the program and blogged about it here. An anti-diet proponent, I tried my best to be unbiased, and I walked away from the meeting thinking that as far as diets go, WW wasn’t the worst-of-the-worst and that the meeting offered some cognitive behavioral …

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Working The Steps : STEP 5

  Step 5:  Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.  This step is probably one of the most challenging. It’s one thing to take our moral inventory in Step 4, but it’s quite another to admit our wrongs to another person. While living an addictive lifestyle, …

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Workaholics And Eating Disorders

DweezilArt via The loss of empathy and compassion has serious consequences not only for workaholics, but for those who live and work with them. The dynamics that occur when obsessive thinking dominates the psyche of workaholics is similar to those who struggle with eating disorders, their concentrated energy is narrowly invested in a single-minded …

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Words Of Love

Once a month I blog for the Size Acceptance website:  Fierce Freethinking Fatties.  It is a wonderful website, passionate and informative on issues of fat politics, fat activism, size acceptance, and has a great “cast” of bloggers. Recently there was an interview with Shannon Russell, our Fierce Fearless Leader at FFF, in which he talks …

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Women With Eating Disorders In Canada

VincenzoRizzo via Of those who have eating disorders in Canada, 90 to 95 per cent are female. Many people with eating disorders are known to have suffered a trauma such as psychological, physical, or sexual abuse, or be part of a family in which the caregivers are addicted to alcohol or drugs. However, many …

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Why IS This Night Different? (A Repost From Seders Past)

Passover is one of the many Jewish Holidays that is celebrated with a ritual feast. A feast filled with symbolic foods and a prescribed schedule for when to eat which foods.  Depending upon how observant the participants are, there is a wide range of recipes for the ritual readings at a Passover Seder. Some read …

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