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  1. Helpful Tips for After Residential Treatment

    ... to create: Willingness: Admitting that you need help is hard, but it is a first step toward recovery. It takes willingness to ... Usually we are using an eating disorder to fill a need. Find out what your "hunger" is really about and then find a way to get the need ...

    tsegarra - 05/24/2017 - 3:28pm

  2. Writing Can't Help My Recovery (Or Can It?)

    ... points that can be brought to your therapist or recovery support team.  See if you find this technique helpful and easy for you.  Marya Hornbacher, author ...

    _admin_communic... - 01/15/2015 - 2:05pm

  3. Would I benefit from calling the NEDA Helpline?

    ... toll-free Helpline? Check out some common scenarios below to find out the answer to the question... would I benefit from calling the NEDA ... the process should your child need to seek professional help. 2. It seems like my diet keeps failing and I feel so hopeless, but ...

    admin - 05/20/2015 - 3:31pm

  4. 5 'Star Wars' Quotes to Inspire Recovery

    ... Force” and “the dark side.” Most of us have had to find the Force within us to fight off our own version of the dark side. For ... journeys even when we feel as though we have had enough. To help you channel your inner Jedi and find your force in recovery, here are some ...

    _admin_communic... - 06/02/2017 - 11:30am

  5. 7 Steps for a Body-Positive Pregnancy

    ... you can work to reframe.  Here is a checklist to help you move through your pregnancy and birth in a body-positive way:  ... your body history, you might want additional support. Find a therapist, join an in-person or online support group dedicated to body ...

    _admin_communic... - 05/03/2017 - 12:20pm

  6. Helpful Tips for After Residential Treatment

    ... to create: Willingness: Admitting that you need help is hard, but it is a first step toward recovery. It takes willingness to propel us into action. If you find yourself with the "what’s the use?" attitude, pray for willingness—it ...

    tsegarra - 10/05/2017 - 3:59pm

  7. “Lighter Than My Shadow” is the Eating Disorder Memoir You’ve Been Waiting For

    ... it helps them in their recovery process. In what ways did it help you in your recovery? KG: It was very specific to the book, ... was a book that I wished had existed, and I couldn’t find it so I decided to write it, and that became my reason for getting better. ...

    _admin_communic... - 08/09/2017 - 1:28pm

  8. Parent, Family & Friends Network

    ... Helpline will connect you with a trained volunteer who can help you find the right support option for you The NEDA Navigator program is a ...

    tsegarra - 02/26/2017 - 5:35pm

  9. Recovery

    ... system often plays a key role in recovery. Parents can help encourage their children to stay in therapy, eat regular meals, and use ... recovery will look a little bit different. Some people may find the structure of a meal plan helps them stay well, while others prefer ...

    tsegarra - 02/25/2017 - 4:53pm

  10. Dear Melody: No One Takes My Eating Disorder Seriously As a Mid-Life Adult. What Can I Do?

    ... from the destructive nature of any eating disorder. If you find that those in your current circle do not take your disorder seriously, it is likely time to look beyond those people for the help that you need.  In the event that your eating disorder is not being ...

    _admin_communic... - 10/30/2017 - 4:55pm

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