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self-care
Managing conflict within the family

Managing conflict within the family

Eating disorder behaviours are irrational and unreasonable, and the potential for conflict is enormous. Unconditional love is demanded even whilst you are being rejected – which means that you will need a lot of empathy for yourself too…

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Challenging dysfunctional dieting and diet culture

Challenging dysfunctional dieting and diet culture

Submitted by Belinda from Talk ED Diet culture has been in our society for millennia and can even be traced back to as early as ancient Greek society, where the regulation and moderation of food intake was considered virtuous*. Although beauty standards have changed...

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Tools to improve our body image and confidence

Tools to improve our body image and confidence

Submitted by Belinda from Talk ED Body image can be described as our perceptions, thoughts and feelings towards our body. These perceptions, thoughts and feelings ultimately result in the actions that we take towards our body. In today’s society, we are bombarded with...

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Challenging dysfunctional dieting and diet culture

Journaling to support recovery

By now, you’ve probably heard of journaling and how a growing number of people are taking to the pages to deal with their thoughts, feelings and ultimately to better understand themselves…

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