There was a recent article about emotional eating (I linked it you can thank me later). Anyway, the article talked about the importance of a well-balanced diet and the effects on mood, attitude etc. For the most part I agree with the article. However, when I experience any type of emotional unease, the last thing [...]
by Alisa Morrison - Alumni Coordinator on Aug 23, 2013
by Dr. Jonathan Rader on Jun 09, 2011
Amongst the general population, there is a growing awareness of the most commonly occurring eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia and compulsive overeating disorder. Despite this increased familiarity with the names and even the symptoms of these disorders, most people lack a genuine understanding of what it means to be an eating disordered individual. Whether it is the erroneous notion that anorexia…
by Dr. Jonathan Rader on Dec 23, 2010
There is no doubt that the holiday season, replete with a multitude of social and familial gatherings, offering a surplus of food and numerous potentially stressful interpersonal interactions, is a time that many look toward more with anxiety than joyful anticipation. The emotional downside of this time of year is so readily recognized that nearly every winter, Hollywood offers another collection of serious…
by Bridget Loves on Dec 09, 2010
Emotional eating is one of the most prevalent and accepted things in today’s society. While it is widely accepted and joked about, this is something that can be managed so you are better able to cope with life without using food. I successfully beat an 18 year battle with anorexia, bulimia and food issues. I am here to help you do the same.