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Recovery Is Not A Linear Event

In early March, I traveled to Dickinson College to talk about eating disorders and recovery as part of their Love Your Body Week, and ever since then, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to define “recovery” and “recovered” (which I will be discussing in a later blog) as well as how there are some […]

NEDAwareness Week 2014 Thoughts & Seal Press Giveaway

This week is the 2014 NEDAwareness Week, and this year’s theme is “I Had No Idea.” I think this is an excellent choice for a theme, as there a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding eating disorders, and a lot of people have no idea what it is like to have an eating disorder, how […]

Career Women and Eating Disorders

This article from the Grindstone does not surprise me one bit. The general public believes that eating disorders are purely the domain of white, well-to-do teenage girls, and that is a false assumption. It makes sense that women that have dealt with an eating disorder before might have a relapse or have their eating disorder […]

Mpls-St. Paul Magazine Article on ED Treatment in the Twin Cities

Mpls-St. Paul Magazine interviewed me for part of an article about eating disorder treatment options in the Twin Cities for their current issue. It’s a good article that talks about the Melrose Institute, the Emily Program, and another treatment center that I’d never heard of, called Water’s Edge, in Burnsville. If you live in the […]