Contributor: Staff at Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center The world of eating disorders is vast. With so many conditions, it can be difficult to find straightforward information on the common [...] Read More
Each eating disorder subtype is unique in its predictors, behaviors, and motivators. The newest of these disorders to be formally recognized is Binge Eating Disorder, commonly referred to as BED. [...] Read More
While both men and women experience challenges with food, body image, and eating behaviors, social stigmas continue to perpetuate the idea that eating disorders are “women’s problems.” But what men [...] Read More
The term “high-achieving” may seem self-explanatory, but there are a few behaviors and traits that stand out as high-achieving. Individuals that have high-achieving personalities, first and foremost, have a strong [...] Read More
Binge Eating Disorder is a relatively new diagnosis to the DSM-V, but most clinicians who specialize in eating disorders recognize that binge eating has been a serious eating disorder prior [...] Read More
While it is the most common eating disorder, Binge Eating Disorder (BED) was not added to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders as a free-standing disorder until 2013. [...] Read More
Recovering from an eating disorder takes many things. Often identifying triggers, stressors, and unhealthy behaviors is a significant part of the therapeutic process. Recovery is Broad First, there is physical [...] Read More
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