In today’s blog post, I want to share five tips to help you feel well throughout the holidays. Wishing you a merry Christmas!
Harm reduction involves employing limits and boundaries that keep us out of the weeds when we are the most vulnerable to our habitual brain.
Today, I want to share some reflections on what I’ve learned throughout my 30-year career in eating disorders treatment. As I do so, I also want to take a closer look at this year’s theme for NEDAwarenessWeek and consider some ways we can work together to See the Change, Be the Change.
Our bodies were meant for love. We are hardwired for connection; as it turns out, it’s a biological imperative. Through an evolutionary lens, it ensures the perpetuation of the species through reproduction and safety. Taking a closer look into our neurobiology, our health and happiness depend on it.
Welcome Kari Anderson to our podcast! You can learn all about her at www.myeatingdoctor.com. She has also written a book and has a new one coming this year. Kari, Jill and Meredith discuss