Society has stereotypically viewed eating disorders as only affecting teenage girls and women. However, one in three people who form an eating disorder (ED) is boys or men. This article will examine how EDs affect male victims and how they can defeat these...
In piece two of the series on eating disorders, we have already explored how dopamine and serotonin play vital roles in influencing eating disorders. In this article, we’re going to take a closer examination of what happens in the brains of those who live with the...
Eating disorders (EDs) are insidiously destroying some lives and greatly restricting others. However, eating in secret and feeling guilt are not the only consequences of having an eating disorder. There is a myriad of other health problems that develop as a result. In...
The term eating disorders conjures in the minds of many pictures of boy crazy teenagers who want to slim down for a prom dress or something only women have. However, the reality of EDs is much, much more insidious than that. Eating disorders affect millions of people...
The Healing Book Club meets every Saturday at 4 pm eastern, for 1 hour. Calls are led by CPTSD Foundation staff member, Sabra Cain. Participants who join each week are encouraged to read the current[...]
The Daily Recovery Support Calls topic for today is Narcissistic Parents and Family of Origin Aspects of this topic include, but aren’t limited to: Codependency with a narcissistic parent/family of origin The effects of narcissistic[...]
Mindfulness, Prayer, and Meditation Circle – 9 Week Program If you are looking to be more present, grounded and peaceful in your daily life and are interested in experiencing the scientific benefits of mindfulness, prayer,[...]
The Daily Recovery Support Calls topic for today is Links between Adverse Childhood Experiences, Chronic Pain/Chronic Illness and CPTSD. Aspects of this topic include, but aren’t limited to: ACES and Chronic Pain and Chronic Illness (How[...]
Join us each week, LIVE on the CPTSD Foundation YouTube Channel. Every Monday, our Founder, Athena Moberg, interacts with you and answers your questions on topics related to complex trauma recovery. You can come and[...]
The Daily Recovery Support Calls topic for today is Anxiety Strategies & Insight Aspects of this topic include, but aren’t limited to: Learning the tricks and lies anxiety tries to use to keep you stuck[...]
The Daily Recovery Support Calls topic for today is Food Issues Aspects of this topic include, but aren’t limited to: Emotional eating Using food as a coping mechanism Making healthy choices with meals and snacks Self-Image[...]
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