Last month, I had the really exciting opportunity to be interviewed by Widener University to talk about body image, media literacy, and my experience with the Center for Human Sexuality Studies. Check it out!
The problem with every eating disorder narrative fitting into a dominant paradigm is that we buy into them as representing “real” eating disorders. And this can lead us to believing that experiences that fall outside of these confines just don’t count. And that’s dangerous. So what are some things that I wish more people understood about eating disorders? Watch to find out. And stay tuned for how you can contribute your story.
Knowing how to support someone in eating disorder recovery can be difficult, but educating yourself on how to be part of your loved one’s support system is integral to their progress. And what better time to brush up on your skills than right now — during one of the more difficult times of the year for people in recovery?