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Posted by Jade on

The Power of Vulnerability

The first time I shared my mental health journey with someone I didn’t know was when I was a sophomore in college. I was a member of a mental health advocacy group on campus and we were hosting an event called the “Love Speaks Forum.” During this event, some of our group members were going […]

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Posted by Alyssa on

16 Tweets for Body Acceptance

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (#NEDAwareness) is February 22 – February 28, 2021. The goal of #NEDAwareness is to bring attention to eating disorders by educating the public, spreading a message of hope, and providing resources to those in need of support. Eating disorders are mental health conditions that consist of a preoccupation with food, […]

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Posted by Alyssa on

10 Things I’ve Learned From Starting My Eating Disorder Recovery Journey

CW: discussion of eating disorders, but not of specific ED behaviors  Today marks the start of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (#NEDAwareness). This week holds personal significance to me, as I’ve struggled with an eating disorder myself. Starting recovery has been life-changing, and I’ve already learned so much about intuitive eating, food freedom, body neutrality, […]

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Posted by Celia on

Did You Eat Today? A College Student’s Experiences with Disordered Eating

Content Warning: This post discusses disordered eating. If you or someone you know is struggling with disordered eating, here are some resources that may help:  NEDA has their own blog, as well as a helpline and other resources.  Eating Disorder Hope Follow Dr. Colleen Reichmann on Instagram, clinical psychologist and author of “The Inside Scoop […]

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Posted by Ashley N. on

How to Help a Loved One Experiencing Suicidal Ideation

Content Warning: This article discusses suicide. If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal ideation, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).  Living with suicidal ideation is terrifying. I have experienced suicidal ideation numerous times over the years, and frequently have to battle these thoughts on a daily basis. But no […]

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