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5 Signs Your Healthy Eating Lifestyle Has Gone Too Far

Most of us can agree that health is one of the most priceless gifts in life. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important for longevity and for enjoying life to its fullest potential. But what exactly needs to be involved in staying “healthy”? Sadly, many people today are overwhelmed with conflicting information about how to achieve […]

5 Myths About Eating Disorders and Why They’re Not True

Mental illness, including eating disorders, comes with tremendous stigma and shame. For decades, eating disorders have been misunderstood on multiple levels, creating confusion, embarrassment, and unnecessary guilt for those who are struggling as well as their loved ones. On the surface, eating disorders often present as difficulty eating or abnormal eating behaviors, but research has […]

How to Support Your Adult Child Who Needs a Higher Level of Care

As parents, there isn’t anything we wouldn’t do for our children, especially when it comes to helping them live their best lives. We want to see our children thriving in every aspect: physically, emotionally, mentally, in relationships and in their careers. So when an eating disorder diagnosis comes into the picture, this can undoubtedly sabotage […]

How to Find Peace with Your Body during the Age of Social Media

Have you paused to ask yourself, “How does my time spent on social media impact the way I feel about my body?” In a culture that is heavily influenced by social media use, it’s important to take a step back and understand how engaging in social media makes you feel about your body. If you’ve […]

Is it All in Your Head? How Neurofeedback Supports Eating Disorder Recovery

When it comes to eating disorders, there are many aspects of these mental health conditions that can be misunderstood. The symptoms of eating disorders can be misconstrued to be something else, which often creates a stigma around these diseases. For example, a woman who might be struggling with anorexia nervosa could be mistaken for being […]