Posts tagged eating disorders in the media
Shattering Stereotypes: Brown People Get Eating Disorders, Too

Guest contributor and eating disorder activist Shalini Wickramatilake struggled with an eating disorder for more than 2 decades before she sought help because she “felt like a fraud” for not fitting “the stereotype of what someone with an eating disorder was ‘supposed’ to look like.” Now, in recovery, Shalini shares her story to help shatter stereotypes about who and what an eating disorder looks like. Read on to learn more about this powerful woman!

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Why I Passed Up 15 Seconds of Fame

I had the unexpected and very cool experience of being invited to participate in a national marketing campaign. Although the mission of the campaign is admirable, I passed up the 15 seconds of fame. In this blog post, I share why I turned it down to remain true to myself, my recovery, and my work as a yoga therapist in the eating disorder community. 

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6 Ways to Build Trust and Heal the Trauma of Hating Your Body

Rebuilding trust with our bodies is essential to strengthening our body image. It’s only through establishing trust that we can begin to feel safe in our bodies again and experience a sense of peace and wholeness. Sharing 6 ways you can begin to build trust with your body.

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Project Stop The Stigma Takes Eating Disorder Stereotypes Head On

Check out my interview with Amanda Nedzwecky, founder of Project Stop The Stigma, an organization passionate about educating the public about eating disorders. Amanda shares about the Project's first mission, which is focused on debunking the stereotypes and stigmas in society around eating disorders.

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