Expressing care and concern for a teammate who may be struggling with disordered eating not only helps that individual—it can help the whole team to have healthy, fun, and successful season.
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.
It’s no secret: much of what you’ll remember from your college years will be lessons learned outside the classroom. Putting healthy patterns in place now will serve you well far beyond graduation day.
Putting in the time and effort to figure out what will work best for you to maintain physical and psychological health as a college athlete will pay off, both on and off the field.
You may have the magical idea that the eating disorder won’t follow you to school. There’s no such thing as magic, but there are ways to be successful at staying healthy.