Five Predictions for Fitness Post-Coronavirus

How will coronavirus change the future of fitness? Here are five fitness predictions you’ll see post-coronavirus.

Why Kids Think They’re the Problem in a Dysfunctional House—and Why They Aren’t

Why do kids often have the misconception that they’re the problems in dysfunctional households? We ask an expert for her advice.

An Excerpt from “Out Of The Pantry: A Disordered Eating Journey”

An exclusive excerpt from this honest memoir on Ronni Robinson’s struggle with binge-eating disorder and recovery.

Here’s how BIPOC are Often Overlooked in Eating Disorder Treatment—and How That Can Change

You might assume that only young white women suffer from eating disorders—you’d be wrong.

Compulsive Overeating in the Time of COVID

For those with a compulsive overeating disorder, the pandemic can be an especially tough time. Here’s how to cope without relapsing.

I’ve Been in Recovery for 12 Years – Here’s the Most Important Thing I Learned

“Recovery from an eating disorder is filled with a roller coaster of emotions. Over 12 years, I realized the biggest lesson of all.”

How to Remove “Nonsense” from Your Life This Year

Remove the “Nonsense” from your life with these tips from author Meredith Atwood.

How to Parent Your Parent

How to have tricky conversations about aging, health, and more with your parents.

How to Deal with an Eating Disorder During the Holiday Season

If you’re struggling with an eating disorder during the holiday season, these thoughts from a psychologist might help you continue your recovery.

What’s the Difference Between a Panic Attack and an Anxiety Attack?

We explain the difference between a panic attack and an anxiety attack, plus offer grounding strategies to help you cope in the moment.

The Science Behind Stress-Eating

Does a rough week at work have you reaching for the cookie jar? Here’s the science behind stress-eating, plus how you can try to address it.

I Don’t Have the YOLO Mentality—And Here’s Why That’s Okay

“Where’s the girl who didn’t get anxious about sleeping issues from eating late, or going to bed hours past my bedtime and the tiredness that will ensue?”

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