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How Do I Help My Teenager with an Eating Disorder?

Dr. Lauren Muhlheim is a mighty force in the eating disorders field! Her passion for helping those touched by eating disorders is contagious, and, not to mention, her work has saved countless lives. Finally (I have been anxiously awaiting!), Dr. Muhlheim has released her important book, When Your Teen Has…Read More

The Weight of Being: A Look at Eating, Body Image, and Trauma

I started reading my brand new signed copy of Kara Richardson Whitely’s book last night and couldn’t put it down! The Weight of Being is a beautiful, inspirational story of finding one’s self. Kara’s vulnerability is refreshing and incredibly relatable. If you have ever struggled with food, body image, trauma,…Read More

How Can I Nourish My Child Through an Eating Disorder?

I struggled with eating-disordered thoughts and behaviors for over twenty years, and even I don’t fully understand the illness. So, I never could expect my family to understand. Yet, as a young adult when I finally sought help for anorexia nervosa, I did need my family to listen to me,…Read More

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Back to Curvy (after Ed and PTSD)

“To me, curvy means striving for balance, authenticity, and mindfulness.” Healthy emotions come in all sizes. Healthy minds come in all sizes. And healthy bodies come in all sizes. ~Cheri K. Erdman The number on the scale plummeted yet again, and with it, my confidence. Yes, you read that right;…Read More

Why Recovery from Anorexia Can Be So Hard

I am blessed to work with many brilliant clinicians and authors at Eating Recovery Center. Dr. Catherine Ruscitti is one. Below, please find an excerpt from her newly released book, The Anorexia Recovery Skills Workbook. I only wish she’d have written this book about 20 years ago. I needed it…Read More