BALANCE is launching a new blog series! Welcome to our Weekly Roundup where we will share some of our favorite articles, blog posts and news stories on topics including eating disorders, mental health and body positivity from the past week.
We hope you enjoy the information, resources and inspiration from the links below!
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Recap: Registered Dietitian Haley Goodrich shares an important blog post on how to feel at peace with our own bodies while trying to accept that the bodies around us might change.
By: Haley Goodrich, RD, LDN
Recap: Dr. Muhlheim shares a powerful post addressing the family members of her clients who believe the best way for their loved one to achieve overall health is to lose weight. She addresses what the real problem at hand is: weight stigma and the misunderstanding that bodies should be one size.
By: Lauren Muhlheim, Psy.D.
Recap: Lipi Roy, a NYC based physician board certified in addiction medicine, wrote an article on Forbes on the Five Major Misconceptions About Suicide in response to the recent news of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain death by suicide.
By: Lipi Roy
Recap: Julie Larah, a Muslim convert in eating disorder recovery, shares her experience observing Ramadan and overcoming Anorexia.
By: Julie Larah via the National Eating Disorder Information Centre in Canada
Follow Julie on: Facebook
Recap: Tiffany Roe shares some tips on how to combat the comparison game in eating disorder recovery. An important reminder that recovery looks different for each and every person!
By: Tiffany Roe, MA, CMHC via Angie Viets blog
Recap: Caroline Rothstein shared what Kate Spade meant to her and how the bags, jackets and planners she owned from the brand helped her through personal mental health struggles.
By: Caroline Rothstein
Recap: Ryan Sheldon shares what his experience is like being a man that struggles with binge eating disorder.
By: Ryan Sheldon
Recap: Childhood nutrition and feed expert Jill Castle shares why dieting is never the path to healthier kids.
By: Jill Castle
Recap: Amy speaks to philosophy professor Heather Widdows about beauty ideals and their impact on our society.
By: Amy Sedghi
Follow Heather on: Twitter
Website: via www.refinery29.uk