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Greensboro, NC 27405

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July 19, 2019

I remember the first time my therapist told me to stock my pantry with binge foods—it felt so scary. It felt dangerous. It felt like I would never be able to stop eating. “I don’t know if you realize just how much I can eat. If I buy that much of all of that, I’ll...I’...

October 19, 2018

Alternate titles:

Why We Need *Healthy* Shame For Anti-Racism Work     OR

When Your Boundaries are Gaslighting Marginalized Individuals OR

Us White People Love to Talk about Boundaries, Walls, & Trigger Warnings

This past summer, an announcement came across the...

October 2, 2018

Hi, I’m Christina. I have been pregnant three times. I’ve given birth once at 26 weeks to a micro-premie. I have gone through IVF 10 plus times. I have twin boys born via a gestational carrier.

We have battled infertility and multiple pregnancy losses. Our journey to c...

September 13, 2018

No, not an actual, official DSM diagnosis. But, yes, an experience many encounter.

Sometimes, every year.

I hereby define Birthday Ambivalence Disorder—B.A.D. for short—as the ambivalence, sadness, anxiety, grief, regret, yuckiness, and overall funktafunk BADness one m...

June 20, 2018

At their very core, the Health at Every Size and Body Liberation movements are about access to and autonomy of one’s own body, and respect for ALL bodies. For this reason, it is critical that HAES providers acknowledge the importance of body autonomy and liberation in...

April 10, 2018

As a Health at Every Size provider and business owner, who values and affirms diversity, social justice, and equality, I believe it is important to hire employees, independent contractors, and staff of marginalized identities. An important piece of increasing access to...

April 7, 2018

            If you identify as a Health at Every Size (HAES) provider, this one’s for you. This one is also for myself. As with most of my writing, my target audience is often myself. I am writing this article for and to myself. Challenging myself t...

Clients' bodies come in ALL shapes and sizes (and colors and gender identities and body abilities and faith beliefs and country of origin and....).

So do providers' bodies.

Diversity (in all forms) is a good thing. The purpose of this list is to 

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February 23, 2018

Having had an eating disorder is a significant part of my identity. I wish it wasn’t. I wish that I had never believed that my worth was tied up in my body size or appearance. I wish that I had never been taught to be ashamed of or to hide parts of my body and experien...

January 27, 2018

I love books. I love words. I believe in the power of information. Information liberates us from oppression. One of the most effective ways that oppressive dictators throughout history have successfully oppressed their people has been through restricting information. W...

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