How to have tricky conversations about aging, health, and more with your parents.
If you’re struggling with an eating disorder during the holiday season, these thoughts from a psychologist might help you continue your recovery.
We explain the difference between a panic attack and an anxiety attack, plus offer grounding strategies to help you cope in the moment.
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“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?”
Yes, we’re talking about pooping.
After thirteen injuries and six surgeries in two years, the writer learned a few things about her food addiction recovery, her strengths, and more.
Dear party guests, I really, *really* need you to leave at a reasonable hour—for my own self-care.
We’re getting tired just reading this.
“I know this is a lot to take in, but trust me, it’s essential to learn this at a young age so you can prepare yourself for a happier and healthier future.”
“Having had an eating disorder for 30 years, body positivity was never a part of my life, let alone self-love.”
One writer shares how she found self-love and confidence in herself during an abusive first marriage — and what she wishes other women in that situation knew.