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  • Intuitive Eating will Make you Skinny and Other Myths

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    Guest blogger Leora Fulvio is a San Francisco Bay Area Psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of Eating Disorders and the author of Reclaiming Yourself From Binge Eating: A Step-by-Step Guide to Healing.  Her blog Recover helps to support people battling binge eating, bulimia, and positive body …

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  • NYT Rebuttal – Is Obesity OK?

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    Though this response went unpublished, I think it’s worthwhile to have it available on this site.  The response was the first, but will not be the last, OpEd that BingeBehavior.com sends to the NYT as it is clear, a massive education push is needed to …

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  • New HAES Principles and Intersectionality Graphic

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    Do you Know What Intersectionality is?  How About the New HAES Principles?   Lean more about the NEW HAES PRINCIPLES and INTERSECTIONALITY by going to the Health At Every Size Blog here – http://healthateverysizeblog.org/2014/04/24/haes-matters-understanding-the-new-haes-principles    

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  • Where Louis CK Got it Right

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    Where Louis CK Got it Right It’s funny how when you’re an activist or an advocate you miss some of the pop culture happening around you because you’re in the weeds with something else.  That’s why it’s great to have a network of people who …

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  • Night Eating Syndrome – It’s Not Just You and Your Fridge

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    Understanding and Treatment Approaches for Night Eating Syndrome Night eating syndrome (NES) is often misunderstood as an eating disorder and is frequently undertreated. While slightly more common among men, NES requires treatment in 1-2% of the general population. Recognizing night eating syndrome symptoms is the …

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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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