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In the Media | Women Speak Out to Break Eating Disorder Stereotypes Amid Pandemic Surge

In the Media | Women Speak Out to Break Eating Disorder Stereotypes Amid Pandemic Surge

Cultural stereotypes around eating disorders can cause significant harm for those who are in larger bodies and are struggling with the disease. Read the article to hear from women speaking out to break these stereotypes, amid the surge in diagnoses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

College and Eating Disorders: Adjusting to Campus Life

College and Eating Disorders: Adjusting to Campus Life

As August comes to an end, many students are adjusting to life back on campus. Whether it’s your first or final year in college, each brings fresh changes.

You Are Worthy of Recovery

You Are Worthy of Recovery

Even when it’s hard and feels like the work is endless—you are worthy of recovery. Let this be a reminder better times can lay ahead.

Defining Courage in Eating Disorder Recovery

Defining Courage in Eating Disorder Recovery

Think back to times you could have shut down and instead chose to be open. What if we looked at those moments and defined them as courageous?

In the Media | Billie Jean King Wants Athletes to Follow The Money

In the Media | Billie Jean King Wants Athletes to Follow The Money

Following the release of her memoir “All In,” tennis pioneer Billie Jean King speaks with The New Yorker on sexism, progress, mental health and eating disorder recovery. Read the article to learn what led her to seek treatment at The Renfrew Center at age 51.

What is Self-Care and Why Is It Important?

What is Self-Care and Why Is It Important?

What comes to mind when you think of self-care? It includes any activity you do deliberately to take care of YOU, and it isn’t selfish.

In the Media | Children’s Hospitals Saw Rise In Eating Disorder Cases During Pandemic

In the Media | Children’s Hospitals Saw Rise In Eating Disorder Cases During Pandemic

Since the pandemic began, children’s hospitals have seen a surge in admissions for eating disorders. The Renfrew Center’s Samantha DeCaro, PsyD helps explain why.

The Power of Connection

The Power of Connection

Humans are hardwired for connection, but when an eating disorder joins the relationship, the connection can suffer. Learn how the art of prefacing can help mend a disconnection.

Reflecting on The Olympics

Reflecting on The Olympics

It can be exciting to watch the Olympics and root for our favorites to get the gold, but for some, it can be an eating disorder or negative body image trigger. Read on for tips to take care of yourself AND enjoy the games!

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