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  1. I’m at Risk for an Eating Disorder...Now What?

    ...  and it told me I could be at risk for an eating disorder...what do I do now? First, congratulations for reaching out to the National ... the next step can be overwhelming, but NEDA is here to help. We have information and treatment options to help connect you with care and our ...

  2. Dear Melody: What Advice Do You Have for a 30-Something in Recovery?

    ... 30s. Any helpful advice? Recovery is hard. No matter what you’re up against, and especially when you are parenting, learning and ... how to compete with the reality of aging. The truth is, as we age, our bodies age. They change. And they will continue to do so, for as ...

  3. Kim Kardashian Mentions Body Dysmorphia Concern – Here’s What It is and How to Get Help

    ... like literally giving me body dysmorphia.”  We got in touch with NEDA clinical advisor Ilene V. Fishman, LCSW, who explained what body dysmorphia is and how to get help. Content note: includes the ...

  4. Goals vs. Resolutions: What's the Difference?

    ... goal, I try to visualize and feel into the end result. What does my life look like WHILE I am working towards my goal? What does my ... yourself up if you take a step or two (or two hundred) back. We are all human, we are not perfect, and that is ok. If you do experience a ...

  5. What to Consider When Choosing a New Health Insurance Plan

    ... more. If you’re looking to enroll in health coverage, we know the process can be overwhelming. In this article, we’ve included the ... come up when shopping for a new health insurance plan: What questions should I ask when choosing a plan? If you are seeking or ...

  6. What is a M.O.M. March?

    ... blog Many of you have asked - what is a MOM March and how was it born? The M.O.M. (Mothers & Others) ... never heard my name. I'm just a mom who truly believes that we can make a difference. I have never been through anything as isolating or as ...

  7. What Our Children’s Eating Disorders Meant for Our Parenting

    ... blog For many years, the reality we lived in was one of fear; fear that ED would take the lives of our ... size. We were able to empathize with their fears by thinking what it would be like living 24/7 with something that petrified us. We found ... battled with the feelings of failure for not being able to do what most parents did every day: provide food and nourishment to keep their ...

  8. A Dark Ride – On Writing What I Know

    ... and unicorn triumph. I knew that if the adage “write what you know” was going be my foray into screenwriting, well, things were ... way my body looked: frail, skinny, sickly. But, whether we realize it or not, we all know someone who is struggling with a disordered ...

  9. What We Can All Learn From Italian Mealtime Culture

    ... and stores are open at lunchtime now. However, if you do visit a store or office at lunchtime expect longer waits and reduced personnel. What are you even doing visiting an office or shopping at 1pm? Why aren’t you ...

  10. What You Need to Know About Eating Disorders in Muslim Communities

    ... the more I looked into it and the more I thought about what I’ve been through, I realized that I would be doing you, the reader, a ... how Muslims deal with facets of eating disorders that we don't think that they do.  For example, people often assume that ...

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