Brian Cuban’s Story of Eating Disorder & Addiction – The Day of the Golden Pants I remember this severe bullying episode over my weight in school like it was yesterday, and it all culminated to what I call “the day of my gold pants.” My brother, Mark, had given me a pair of his shiny gold [...] Read More
Contributor: Courtney Howard, B.A., Director of Operations & Business Development at Eating Disorder Hope and Addiction Hope. Looks have played a large role in politics ever since the first televised presidential debate between Nixon and Kennedy in 1960. The way candidates present themselves can sway voters, especially today when candidates regularly guest on late night [...] Read More
Contributor: Dr. SooMi Lee Samuel, MD, MA, Medical Director for Timberline Knolls There are many influential stressors that may trigger the development of an eating disorder, including both biological and environmental factors. For the college student who may be biologically predisposed to developing an eating disorder, the transition to college can be a tremendous undertaking. [...] Read More
Contributor: Libby Lyons, MSW, LCSW, CEDS, writer for Eating Disorder Hope. Bullying can happen at any age and stage in our lives. It can be on the playground, in the workplace, and even through social media. We can connect with anyone at any time. We can see what our ‘friends’ are doing at any given [...] Read More
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