Binge Eating and Intermittent Fasting

In my office, clients bring their struggles with their bodies and food. The battles that rage between wanting to be healthy and wanting to be attractive, or more accurately, to conform in some way to the forms we are told are attractive. These are seen as mutually exclusive and clients wonder what they can doContinue reading “Binge Eating and Intermittent Fasting”

5 Common Misconceptions About Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are widespread and common.   They are estimated to affect 30 Million Americans within their lifetime, and roughly 900,000 Texas residents according to https://www.sagerecoveryaustin.com/february-eating-disorders-awareness-month/ As common as eating disorders are, they can seem difficult understand.   Even those suffering from eating disorders can feel confused in how to view the difficulties they areContinue reading “5 Common Misconceptions About Eating Disorders”

Thank you, Covid-19, it’s been real

Thank you, Covid-19. So far this month, I have cleaned my house throughly, learned to be a 2nd grade substitute teacher, organized every cupboard and drawer and found novel ways to workout in my house. I’ve also been visited by waves of anxiety, overeating, drinking more than usual, sadness verging on depression and too muchContinue reading “Thank you, Covid-19, it’s been real”