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5 Ways to Develop Self-Compassion

  Self-compassion is having the ability to completely accept who we are. It’s about accepting our strengths, weaknesses, and flaws. It’s about accepting our bodies, our thoughts, and our feelings. So why is this so important? Without self-compassion it is difficult to be happy, feel confident, and to love others. These are the benefits of

Never Enough, Always Too Much

Never Enough, Always Too Much: It’s not just about the food Do you struggle with regulating your food intake? Do you have a hard time budgeting your money or allowing yourself to spend money on yourself? Do you have difficulty feeling loved by others? Most of us who struggle in our relationship with food also

How to Make Thanksgiving NOT About Food

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years can be stressful holidays for those struggling with disordered eating and symptoms of an eating disorder. For most people the holidays are about sharing food with friends and family. What happens when we have a negative view of food? If we see food as the enemy, how can we still

Celebrating Lent With An Eating Disorder

Do you have specific religious beliefs that you practice during Lent and struggle with an eating disorder? Do you believe that you must “give up” something during Lent in order to follow your religious beliefs? I frequently here of people giving up desserts, sweets, snacks, or other food types during Lent. Although this may be

Writing a Letter to Your Body

Writing a letter to your body can be very beneficial for those who are struggling with poor body image.  Here is a worksheet I have created to help you improve your relationship with your body.  We all deserve to appreciate our body and everything it does for us every day! 1. What do you appreciate

How to eat on vacation without coming back as a beached whale!

Summer has finally arrived!  The kids are out of school, the weather is hot, and the family vacation that has been planned for months is finally approaching.  So what are you most looking forward to on your vacation?  Is it the quality time you will finally be able to spend with your family, the time

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