How gratitude could be the first gift you receive this holiday season.
In the battle against eating disorders, we can often do more together than on our own.
“Fat talk” is commonplace on college campuses and appears to be associated with body dissatisfaction and disordered eating. Holly Thompson, Director of Marketing and Project Management at the Tri Delta, explains the sorority’s effort to help students break free of fat talk, to change the body image conversation.
It’s common knowledge that we sometimes use food to soothe ourselves when we’re feeling bad, but it’s less clear why. Here’s a review of recently-presented research on the link between moods and eating behavior.
Eating disorder advocacy efforts are at full pitch this fall. Here is an update on the latest, wonderful efforts to increase awareness and resources.
Here is a sneak peek of where to find some of our team at EDRS 2014!
Suicide is not only a problem for those who are depressed. Eating disorders are associated with high suicide rates, even in the absence of depression.
If the ways in which clothing size matters to you are causing you distress or, simply put, don’t make much sense, consider how you might adjust your mental arithmetic to better balance the equation.