Chronic sleep loss can be an underlying factor in an eating disorder. Parents who help their kids get sleep will help them recover from an eating disorder

Want to help your child recover from an eating disorder? Make sure they’re not suffering from chronic sleep deprivation

If you are parenting a teenager or young adult, you are probably familiar with the problem of chronic sleep deprivation among teenagers. It is well established that adolescent sleep patterns impact the neurological development and behavior of our teenagers. A constant lack of quality sleep impacts our children physically in terms of increased death by car crashes due to sleepy …

Learning how to feel feelings again when you have/had an eating disorder

When we have an eating disorder, we typically become disconnected from our feelings. Instead of moving through feelings and processing them naturally, we resist our feelings, seeking numbing behaviors out of a misguided instinct to protect ourselves from the danger of feeling. When our children are in the healing process from an eating disorder, they need new tools to learn …