If you think that your current definition of healthy may not, in fact, be so healthy for you, consider redefining it.
What better occasion to work on gaining independence from your eating disorder than Independence Day itself?
Some celebrities are using their fame to fight back against unrealistic standards of beauty perpetuated by the media. Could this help us to redefine real as the ideal?
Participating in a scientific study as a healthy control is a form of community service. It is a chance to get your brain and body involved in helping us to answer questions about eating behavior, exercise, and biology.
Use CBT to identify and re-think problematic assumptions. When you truly believe your new conclusions, you will have hit the bullseye.
If you struggle with poor body image or tend to be overly critical of yourself in general, mindfulness may help to quiet or change your inner monologue.
Your child has an eating disorder, and perhaps they’ve come to ask for your help. Or maybe not. Read on for advice on helping your child overcome their illness.
Could it be that fat tastes different to someone struggling with an eating disorder?