eating disorders

When you don’t feel good about your body: 5 things to remember

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In my work with moms and women, I’ve had countless conversations about how we often struggle with our self-image. We look in the mirror and instead of appreciating our unique qualities, the negative self-talk begins. As someone who has struggled too, I know how it is to battle these feelings, and even obsessions. But there […] Read more…

Over at 5MinutesforFaith today…

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GRACE IS… the unexplainable hope that washes away the accusing whispers that dance in the darkness and hide behind the mirror and say, “You need to be thinner and thinner and thinner.” Grace… is the light that calls you toward something so good that you’re scared to trust it. You might even ignore it at […] Read more…

The girl in the mirror…

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Today, for Mom-Monday, I’m sharing a previous post with a question I got from a reader about eating disorders, as well as some resources, in the hope that it might help if you or someone in your family is struggling… The Girl in the Mirror As I mentioned in my Not Perfect post, this topic has […] Read more…

The girl in the mirror…

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Today, I’m sharing a question from a reader (with permission) about eating disorders, as well as some resources, in the hope that it might help others who are struggling. As I mentioned in my Not Perfect post, this topic has been on my heart a lot lately for a variety of reasons. And while I […] Read more…

Grace is

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When I found out I had the exciting opportunity to write a guest post for (In) Courage today, I wasn’t sure what to write about. The theme was Grace, I was told. Grace. It’s something that’s impacted my life for sure. Years ago, when I was in college and struggling with my self-image and food, […] Read more…