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

    ... the screening . You’ve taken the first step to getting help! If your results show that you are at risk for an eating disorder, it ... with care and our NEDA Helpline will be there to help you find what you are looking for. Best wishes on your continued journey!   ...

  2. 7 Tips for Getting Through Thanksgiving in Eating Disorder Recovery

    ... can cause stress, upset, and anxiety. I have some tips to help you survive the holidays if you have an eating disorder. Let me start ... esteem coach. In her work, she aims to help young people find balance, peace, confidence, and happiness with their bodies, ...

  3. How to Open a Conversation with Teens About Healthy Eating

    ... released new guidelines for pediatricians and parents to help teens avoid both the development of eating disorders and obesity.  ... talking about weight all together Below, you’ll find personal stories from those who have experienced body-shaming and eating ...

  4. Are You Struggling with Suicidal Ideation? Learn the Signs and How to Get Help

    ... the lens of the disorder itself.  Therapists can help you with reality testing your thinking by having you express your thoughts ... from this disorder. It’s just so overwhelming to try to find solutions alone. Please reach out to anyone who might be able to help you, ...

  5. Roll up your sleeve for science! I can hardly wait

    ... blog Calling all sufferers of anorexia – help researchers find a cure! If you have suffered anorexia nervosa at any point in your ...

  6. Reflections on Hope: Wisdom from Our Readers!

    ... be alone in this fight, and I know I can't effectively help others if I myself am ill. ─ Becky I realized if I did not do ... I am; when I have a "good" day or "bad" day. ─Lana I find hope in my children's bright faces and twinkling eyes. I find hope as they ...

  7. How Do I Open up About My Eating Issues?

    ... – so it’s never too early to talk to someone and ask for help.   Don’t try to do this alone -- talking to someone you trust can ... make it easier.  PREPARE YOUR SAFE PLACE Find a private, comfortable place away from distractions so that you can talk ...

  8. 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 ...

  9. 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 ...

  10. 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 ...

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