Tag Archives: Relapse

Potential Triggers in Following YouTube Vloggers

Woman searching the EDH website on her iPad While blogging continues to be an expanding and growing field in the Internet space, “vlogging” has recently increased in popularity, particularly with the availability of live streaming video on social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Live video and videos in general have become the new reality television, and “vloggers” or individuals who blog [...]
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To the Hope from To the Bone

Movie set Contributed by: Alli Spotts-De Lazzer, M.A., LMFT, LPCC, CEDS, Guest Blog Contributor No matter what the results are, I think there are two incredibly optimistic points that come from To the Bone, a film that recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and will be released later this year. It is the semi autobiographical story [...]
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4 Changes You Can Make in Your Home to Support Eating Disorder Recovery

Woman at home Contributor: Kate Clemmer, LCSW-C, Community Outreach Coordinator for The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt It’s safe to say no one who has been through recovery from an eating disorder would downplay the difficulty or complexity of it. And while recovery is never simple or easy, there are some simple and straightforward changes you [...]
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The Importance of Incorporating Fear and Challenge Foods in Recovery

Girl struggling with fear of food Contributed by: Rebecca Hart, RD, LDN and Caitlin Royster, RD, LDN, Registered Dietitians at The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt As registered dietitians at an eating disorder treatment program, we have the privilege of working on a daily basis with people of all ages and genders as they recover from their eating disorders. [...]
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Eating Disorder Recovery, Addressing the Fear of Relapse

Woman concerned about eating disorder Relapse Support Contributor: Amy M. Klimek, MA, LCPC, Director of Program Development, Eating Disorder Program Coordinator, Timberline Knolls The idea of relapse for some is frightening. For others, their history of relapse has become a familiar imprisonment to their addiction. We know, with each relapse it becomes harder than the last, more difficult to overcome, while usually [...]
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Getting Back On Track After Suffering a Relapse in Bulimia

Woman suffering from a Bulimia Relapse Contributor: Crystal Karges, MS, RDN, IBCLC, Director of Content and Social Media at Eating Disorder Hope/Addiction Hope The eating disorder recovery journey is full of countless ups and downs. Recovering from bulimia is no different, and the attempt to stay in remission from behaviors associated with this eating disorder can seem much more difficult. When [...]
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College and Getting Back on Track After Relapse

College students Contributor: Courtney Howard, B.A., Executive Assistant at Eating Disorder Hope and Addiction Hope College students are at high risk for the development of eating disorders due to the many potential triggers they face, including increased stress, depression, and various social pressures. This also means that individuals in recovery are at high risk for relapse. Past [...]
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Can I Maintain Long-Term Recovery From an Eating Disorder After Suffering Relapses?

Woman on beach Contributor: Crystal Karges, MS, RDN, IBCLC, Director of Content and Social Media at Eating Disorder Hope/Addiction Hope If you sat down and had a discussion with anyone who has recovered from an eating disorder, chances are that you will hear about the many different challenges they have encountered throughout their way. In fact, the recovery [...]
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What Treatment Interventions Are Necessary for Relapse in Eating Disorder Recovery?

Spouse supporting spouse Contributor: Crystal Karges, MS, RDN, IBCLC, Director of Content and Social Media at Eating Disorder Hope/Addiction Hope Recovering from an eating disorder is a journey that moves through ebbs and flows. Remaining in recovery for the long term is something that requires proactive dedication and consistent effort. While a person might be “recovered” in terms [...]
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