Recovery

All I Want For Christmas….Is Not To Have Disordered Eating

Damn those Christmas cookies… According to registered dietician and eating disorder coach Tami Lion, eating holiday meals usually means new challenges for people with eating disorders. She explains, “the holidays may mean encountering entirely new eating situations, where they not only do not know who is preparing the food but don’t know what will be …

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A Story….

I’d like to share a story which I think expresses a very important message to us all. I believe that it’s more like a parable than a true story, but nevertheless, it speaks volumes to me. I hope you can gain some inspiration from it also…. “A tired carpenter was ready to retire. He told …

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A Mothers Love

Sometimes eating disorders are caused by those you would never think of. Have you ever wondered why there is an enormous amount of childhood obesity in the world today. Well the problem may lie with the parents and they, themselves, may not even know that they are causing it. You, as well as, many others …

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A Few Things You Should Ask Yourself

While you may feel that it is beneficial to your life to be like someone else and be as thin as someone else, you have to ask yourself if it is the right thing to do. This is not only for you, but for your body as well. The main thing that you need to …

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A Blessing For Your Senses

May your body be blessed. May you realize that your body is a faithful and beautiful friend of your soul, And may you be peaceful and joyful and recognize that your senses are sacred thresholds. May you realize that holiness is mindful, gazing, feeling, hearing and touching. May your senses gather you and bring you …

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Eating Disorder Self Test. Take the EAT-26 self test to see if you might have eating disorder symptoms that might require professional evaluation. All answers are confidential.

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