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Facing The Stigmas Associated With Eating Disorders

If you regularly read my blog or know me personally, you know I have a heart for those battling eating disorders. I once battled one myself, which of course led me to write a memoir, Dying to Be Thin. There are many misconceptions about eating disorders, and Michelle Peterson of RecoveryPride.org has written an informative article about more issues that people with eating disorders may…

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Saving Myself from Food Snobbery

As if working out intensely for five days a week and wearing a size 2 was not good enough, I was determined to “get ripped.” I had finally overcome my fear of the scale and felt content with weighing an average of 7 more pounds since before I got pregnant with my son a few years ago. I looked smaller,…

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