Information and support for parents who have children who have eating disorders


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Eating disorders can remove the ability to feel feelings- here is a printable to help get back in touch  Hope Is Essential When Working With People Who Have “Chronic” Eating Disorders, by John Levitt, PhD-2  Helping our children find meaning and purpose in life in ways that have nothing to do with food and body-3  Trash your child's Fitbit to find peace and healing from disordered eating-2  Preventing eating disorders at school - a printable for parents to share with teachers-2  How to apologize to a child who has an eating disorder when you think your parenting mistakes are to blame-3  Instagram hashtags to avoid when your child has anorexia  Taking care of yourself when your child has an eating disorder-2  How to win the war against your child's eating disorder  Sexual harassment, our teenage daughters, and eating disorders-2  When your child who has an eating disorder is feeling anxious, help bring calm with downward facing dog  How parents can deal with teenage angst, cries for help, and dangerous behavior-2  5 steps parents can take to reduce suicidality and eating disorders in their teenage daughters-2  OSFED_ When your child has a non-typical eating disorder-2  What to do when your tween daughter calls herself fat-2  What you need to know about parenting adolescents who have eating disorders-2  Allowing our children to be sad to help them heal from an eating disorder-2  The dangerous things that parents don't know they're doing that may contribute to eating disorder development-2  Yes, you really do need to stop dieting if your child has an eating disorder  Yoga is an excellent practice while in eating disorder recovery; what parents should know, by Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, CYT-6  Do no harm. A letter for parents to give medical doctors when their child is in recovery from an eating disorder-2  Pay attention to these three things to help your child heal from an eating disorder-3  Don't blame the victim (or the parents) for eating disorders - their triggers are deeply embedded in today's society, by Beth Mayer, LICSW-2  Protecting our kids from diet culture and fatphobia as they recovery from an eating disorder, and what to know about dieting during recovery, an interview with Alexandra Raymond, RD-4


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