June 2nd is World Eating Disorders Action Day.
Until now, we haven’t had to talk about the effect a pandemic could have on someone’s recovery.
It’s time to throw out the old, standard response of “I’m fine”, and embrace a new and authentic way of expressing how we feel.
This year on May 6th, we celebrate International No Diet Day.
The pursuit of perfection is one barrier to the practice of self care.
Our bodies have the innate ability to regulate our eating. As babies, we are experts in knowing when we are hungry and when we are full. Through struggling w...
The eating disorder loves to use the idea of productivity (which is linked with perfectionism) to its advantage.
There is some research to indicate that eating a wider variety leads to improved outcomes in eating disorder recovery.
Valentines Day is the quintessential time of year to express our love and affection for our partners and friends.
February 1-7 is Eating Disorder Awareness Week across Canada – a time to promote awareness of the significant impact of Eating Disorders.