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Actual Ways to ‘Reach Out’


Reaching out to others is one of the most helpful ways to get through a difficult time. But "why didn't they tell me?" is such a common phrase when we talk about suicide or mental

Actual Ways to ‘Reach Out’2019-07-01T08:11:50-07:00

A Letter to my Son About Weight


Dear Son, Time has gone so quickly since you were born, and you amaze me everyday with your curiosity of this world. You have a lot of questions, and I don't always have the answers.

A Letter to my Son About Weight2019-06-13T09:04:26-07:00

“This Is Us” Teaches Us Why Resilience Matters


After watching an episode of This Is Us, I have been thinking about why overcoming trauma is more difficult for some people. And why resilience matters for our emotional and mental health. In this episode

“This Is Us” Teaches Us Why Resilience Matters2019-01-28T15:16:05-07:00

My Opinion of To The Bone


Last Friday, Netflix released a feature file "To the Bone." Like other mental illnesses, eating disorders are difficult to understand. One of the reasons, I opened up about my struggles with anorexia was because I

My Opinion of To The Bone2017-07-21T00:10:36-07:00

7 Signs of Eating Disorder


If you're on this page, you might know someone who has shown signs of eating disorder. National surveys estimate that 20 million women and 10 million men in America will have an eating disorder at

7 Signs of Eating Disorder2017-02-27T06:53:07-07:00

A Healthy Relationship with Exercise


If you Google ‘signs of over-exercising”, sites will say the symptoms are exercising for 2+ hours a day, exercising multiple times throughout the day, skipping social events to stick to your rigid exercise schedule, and

A Healthy Relationship with Exercise2016-12-22T07:03:57-07:00
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