On the road to recovery, catching the inevitable lapses will be critical.
How can you best live your holidays as they actually are, instead of as you want them to be?
In the battle against eating disorders, we can often do more together than on our own.
How gratitude could be the first gift you receive this holiday season.
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.
Our group’s work on obesity in adults and adolescents will be represented at the 2014 meetings of The Obesity Society and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
There isn’t a magical, secret way to get your kids to have a healthy relationship with food. But thoughtfully navigating the common challenges of getting kids to eat well early will leave more time to focus on the other fun things you can do with your child; things that do not involve food.
“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.