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Dream Big: From Barely Living to Thriving

This summer has been such a blessing in so many ways! One big way is the work I have been able to do with my two incredible summer interns. Here, Hannah Durbin has offered to share some of her passion, enthusiasm, and inspiration with you. Thank you, Hannah, for all that…Read More

5 Tips for Parents of Teens with Eating Disorders

I’m not often completely stumped by questions asked by those attending my presentations. But I was recently unsure of how to respond to a question asked about teenagers and eating disorders. While raising a teenager can be incredibly rewarding, it can also be very challenging. A complicating factor is that…Read More

Maintaining Hope in Recovery: 7 Keys

I remember eagerly, yet timidly, beginning eating disorder recovery. Notebook in hand, I was terrified, ashamed, and I was oh-so-tired. I was ready to be done, or so I thought. I didn’t realize on day 1 that recovery would be a process and I wouldn’t get better with that one…Read More

Is Your Body a Prison? – BDD and Eating Disorders

I stared in the mirror and obsessed about whether a space existed between my thighs. Sometimes referred to as the “thigh gap,” I did my best to stand at specific angles that might create such a space. When I couldn’t achieve this so-called ideal after a considerable amount of effort,…Read More

Letting Go of Perfectionism and My Eating Disorder

There’s a typo on this page. Years ago, the blog that you are reading would have never included a typo. Back then, I was an over-studier and obsessive proofreader. My blogs might not have had errors, but today — they just might. I know how much my obsessiveness with being…Read More