Monthly Archives: February 2016

A few good reads 2.28.16

A Dramatic Shift in Thinking is Killing the Diet Industry from Business Insider Empowering or Objectifying: The Clashing Camps of Body Positivity from Beauty Redefined More Complicated Than You Think: Eating Disorders and Trans Identities from The Body is Not … Continue reading

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NEDA Week: What’s weight got to do with it

Fat is not a feeling, but there’s plenty of emotion behind the word. And I’ve been feeling pretty emotional about it lately. I don’t want to purport the stereotype that eating disorders are all about weight, but the fact is that … Continue reading

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NEDA Week: When too much of a good thing goes wrong

Secrets keep you sick. During National Eating Disorder Awareness Week especially, I want to remind you that if you are struggling, you are not alone. There’s a lot of freedom in vulnerability, which is why it’s so important to share … Continue reading

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A few good reads 2.21.16

A few good reads for your Sunday in honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week: 5 Facts to Remember During National Eating Disorders Awareness Week from Think Progress Eating Disorder Recovery Advocacy is Usually Fatphobic – Here Are 4 Ways … Continue reading

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A few good reads 2.14.16

Dear Body: A Love Letter from The Washington Post Why I’m Allergic to the Word Curvy from Elle 7 Reasons Why “I Need to Lose Weight” is a Damn Lie from Caroline Dooner via Ravishly And I’m Feeling Good: Shifting … Continue reading

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A few good reads 2.7.16

A Dramatic Shift in Thinking is Killing the Diet Industry from Business Insider 7 Ways Parents Can Be More Body Positive Toward Their Queer and Transgender Kids from Bustle What it’s Like to Star in a Sex Scene When You’ve … Continue reading

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