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  1. You Are Not Alone: Self-Care Tips and Resources for Trans Folx

    ... _admin_communications's blog Here at NEDA, we find it vital to recognize the unique experiences of individuals from ... yourself, stepping back from social media and the like can help keep you positive and more balanced. 3. Fill your time with people ...

  2. Centering the Voices of People of Color in the Fight Against Eating Disorders

    ... indigenous peoples create more ancestral healing models to help heal indigenous peoples. NEDA: What do you wish more people ... already doing the work. Also, to listen to their clients and find out what their needs are.  NEDA: What words of encouragement or ...

  3. How to Cope with School When Struggling with an Eating Disorder

    ... Here are some of the things that really helped me and can help you too!  Have a strong support system In recovery, it is ... beginning to feel triggered is change the subject. If you find they go back to it, explain how this makes you feel.  Know your ...

  4. Strategies for Enjoying the Holidays: Tips from Fellow Readers

    ... who may not understand what you are going through. They can help through just being there and giving you a certain look at the table to ... past memorable holidays. – A Treatment Provider Find ways to create distractions and stay engaged with loved ones. Be the ...

  5. Questions to Ask Treatment Providers

    ... that people with eating disorders seek professional help. There are many differing approaches to treatment and no one-size-fits-all ... that is considered superior for everyone, it is important to find the option that works for you. Coming prepared with a list of questions to ...

  6. Stages of Recovery

    ... Change Model, as defined by Prochaska and DiClemente, will help everyone involved better negotiate the road to recovery. The Stages of ... disorder support group for family and friends. Find a support group > PREPARATION STAGE The person transitions ...

  7. 5 Tips for Supporting a Loved One With an Eating Disorder and PTSD

    ... of how the symptoms of the eating disorder can function to help reduce or minimize, for a short time, the symptoms of PTSD. And PTSD ... the disorder is a true gift. It can often be difficult to find professionals who are willing and competent to treat both eating disorders ...

  8. How to Cope with the Transition to College When You Have an Eating Disorder

    ... hard. Rather than beat yourself up, here are some tips to help you get back on the road to recovery. Return to Basics When you ... Call those people and ask them to help you again. Find an accountability partner. If you moved from home, seek out support near ...

  9. Tips for Surviving Thanksgiving in Recovery

    ... So here are a few tips I’ve learned over the years to help set yourself up for success: Know (or create) your support system ... best efforts things don’t always go as planned. So if you find yourself in a situation where you feel yourself spiraling, in danger, or ...

  10. 9 Coping Strategies for the Start of the School Season

    ... college or a graduate program, here are some tips to help you cope with the transition to ensure that you make time for self-care: ... to allow you break time to eat your snacks. 4. Find a hobby you can engage in when you feel triggered. Whether it’s ...

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