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  • EDC Succeeds in Efforts to Strengthen Parity

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      Earlier this morning SAMHSA and Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) convened a conference to go over the final Mental Health parity rule.  EDC participated on that call. What’s described below are the five (5) differences between the Interim Final Rule …

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  • Sensationalism Masquerading as Advocacy

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    Today I had occasion to get involved in a really ugly dispute over what advocacy is.  At least that was ONE of the many issues at hand. The real issue was whether or not subjecting one demographic to bigotry and shame was acceptable if it …

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  • Love ME, Not the Unicorn

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      Love ME, Not the Unicorn I recently found out where the disconnection lies between me and someone close to me.  It lies in the place of fantasy, the place where lilies are gilded, stories are dramatic and everything is the best, the most, the …

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  • Know. Don’t Just Accept.

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    * This post may be triggering to those with EDs.  It talks about the desire for control, changes in body shape and size, combating triggers and understanding internal dialog.  Please read with care and keep yourself healthy and safe. We’ve all had stress; I’ve been under …

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  • Mad at Me is Worse than Mad at You

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    I really stepped in it, so what now? On my journey of mental health self discovery and learning about the disordered behaviors that I struggle with, I’ve gotten better at dealing with external frustrations and emotional triggers.  I’m by no stretch of the word “recovered”, …

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  • Weight & Measure of BED Progress

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    I realized yesterday while I was running errands that I had not stress eaten, sleep eaten, over-eaten or had a binge during what has been a challenging few weeks.   I gave myself a well deserved, “Atta girl!” as I puttered along and it was …

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  • Open Letter of Apology to Registered Dietitians

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      Open Letter of Apology to Registered Dietitians & Nutritionist Professionals Dear RDs: I have been wrong about you.  Stubbornly wrong and I’m sorry. Though the harm done was entirely to me, by not having embraced your knowledge and your work, I could have been …

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  • What is Real Beauty to You?

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    A Marketing Campaign, a Movement, Evolution or a Cultural Shift? Whether it’s Dove’s Real Beauty campaign or the pithy posts found everywhere from Pinterest to Twitter, there is no shortage of message bursts telling people to accept their bodies and redefine what beauty is to …

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  • Binge Drinking Stats Water Down “Target” Demographic

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    Binge drinking is often associated with young adults, usually college students, and it’s no surprise.   That is the demographic most often cited in articles and it is also the most active demographic to post about the behavior.  The reality is that binge drinking knows no …

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  • Shame to Self Acceptance to a Kick Ass Attitude

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    Though not “binge behavior” focused, and in no way a rant, this young lady is the very symbol of what being compassionate to yourself looks like.  When people suffer from shame based behaviors, the healthy goals aren’t to wear size X, be at weight Y, …

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