Yoga Tools For Quieting Body Comparing Thinking

Body comparing thoughts can take over our minds like a wildfire, leaving us empty of confidence and consumed with self-doubt. If you are often distracted with body comparing thoughts, here’s 5 of my favorite hands-on Yoga tools to quiet body comapring thinking and practice becoming more present.

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Shattering Stereotypes: Brown People Get Eating Disorders, Too

Guest contributor and eating disorder activist Shalini Wickramatilake struggled with an eating disorder for more than 2 decades before she sought help because she “felt like a fraud” for not fitting “the stereotype of what someone with an eating disorder was ‘supposed’ to look like.” Now, in recovery, Shalini shares her story to help shatter stereotypes about who and what an eating disorder looks like. Read on to learn more about this powerful woman!

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If It Hadn't Been For Them: A Story of Eating Disorder Recovery

Guest contributor Samantha Brior shares how a weight loss goal inspired by “The Biggest Loser” quickly turned into a life-threatening eating disorder. Her story is one of great hope, as she reminds others through her words and example that recovery—no matter how hard and scary at times—is possible.

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Everyone Deserves a Seat at the Table, Including Me & You

In this powerfully honest and inspiring guest blog, eating disorder recovery advocate Bridget Clawson writes about how she overcame self-doubt to now own her most authentic voice and share her story with the world so that others know they, too, have a place at the table.

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Heeding the Call for Inclusion in the Eating Disorder Recovery Community

Sharing about my experience at #NEDAcon Philadelphia and how I plan to live and spread the call to action for inclusion of all body sizes, races, abilities, genders, socioeconomic statuses, sexual orientations, ages, and other behavioral and mental health conditions in the eating disorder recovery community.

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