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No Name-Calling Week 2020

Sticks and stones may break our bones, but names will break our spirit. – from The Misfits by James Howe The...

Weight-Based Bullying Is Trauma: Why No Name-Calling Week Is Important

Each January the national organization GLSEN calls attention to bullying with “No Name-Calling Week.” Although GLSEN is an organization focused on...

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The Origins of NAAFA (National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance)

With the recent growing popularity of body positivity, it may be surprising to learn that body positivity itself is not a...

Top 8 Eating Disorder Instagram Accounts to Support Your Recovery

Eating disorder recovery can be a lonely experience. Having the right community and support can make all the difference. Follow these...

How to Stay Away from Diet Culture During COVID-19

The Harm in Disordered Eating

The Panic I felt the lump in my throat as I looked around. The smell of fresh grilled meat filled the...

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More Than the Winter Blues: Seasonal Affective Disorder and Eating Disorders

No one knows exactly what causes eating disorders. Researchers think it’s a combination of factors, including genetics, psychological health, significant life...

New Year's resolutions and eating disorders can be tricky.

New Year’s Resolutions and Eating Disorders: 4 Tips for Goal-Setting

As the new year approaches, it’s tempting to think about New Year’s resolutions. News article after news article talks about strategies...

Remaining Body Positive Through the Holidays

As the holiday season makes its annual appearance, many look forward to the warmth of fireplaces, the unity of family, the...

Your Baby Doesn’t Have to Like Kale: Baby Food, Food Hierarchies, and The New Yorker

When I was a child, I was called a “picky eater.” I had a small roster of foods that I would...

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