Overcoming fear and anxiety in eating disorder recovery is a process. It requires doing one hard thing at a time, over and over.
It can be hard to think about giving up your scale, but here are some things to consider about how weighing affects your brain.
Diet culture has made disordered eating seem so normal, you might not realize you have an eating disorder. Explore if you might actually have a problem that’s interfering with your life.
New Year’s is prime time for diet ads and diet talk. You don’t have to do it this year! What if you chose food and body freedom instead?
Holidays are hard enough without COVID, so this year is extra challenging! It’s tempting to cope with your eating disorder behaviors to feel safer and more in control. Here are tips do take care of yourself in healthier ways!
Recovery can feel scary, but reminding yourself what is actually safe versus unsafe can help in moving through the fear.
Food and body talk at holiday gatherings can be triggering and hurtful. Here are some ways to respond to inappropriate comments from family or friends.
If your expectations of eating disorder recovery aren’t realistic, you might end up feeling frustrated or discouraged. Here’s how to examine and replace unhelpful recovery “shoulds.”
Eating healthy seems like a good thing, but it can became a problem for people’s mental and even physical health. Learn about orthorexia nervosa.
You can still do intuitive eating even if you don’t feel typical hunger cues! Here are some tips on how to eat intuitively even if you don’t feel hunger.