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Should You Try a Weighted Sleep Blanket?

Our alumni group recently got into a lively discussion over the benefits of weighted sleep blankets to relieve anxiety and insomnia. Weighted blankets, also called gravity blankets, usually contain pellets sewn into the pockets of the lining to make them heavier than normal bedding. Weighing from 10 to 25 pounds, the blanket’s pressure is evenly

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Freedom From Our Personal Prison

For many, prison is known as an isolated location for those who have committed crimes. A place of contained confinement for those of us on the outside to ensure our safety.  Loss of control, barbed wire and armed security guards.  Orange suits, questionable slop and unpleasant smells. You are told who, what, where, when and

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Developing Healthy Holiday Traditions in Recovery

There’s no denying that the holidays are food-centric, which can bring on a lot of stress if you’re in recovery for an eating disorder. But there are healthy ways to enjoy the holidays and alleviate food anxiety. Planning fun activities that don’t focus on food can help reduce triggers and bring family and friends together

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Alumni Writing Club Shares Caring Words

Years ago, before email, texting and social media, people wrote letters when they wanted to stay in touch across long distances. Handwritten in each person’s unique style, letters were sent between spouses, lovers, friends, and soldiers at war to their families at home. The arrival of a letter was a special event, and the letter

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The Show Must Go On—Eating Disorders Among Musicians

When we think of occupations that have a higher prevalence for developing an eating disorder fashion models, celebrities and actors come to mind. But a recent study published in the journal Eating and Weight Disorders-Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity shows a group at high risk that has gone largely unrecognized—musicians. Dr. Mark Gold, chairman

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Tips for Halloween and Recovery

For those in recovery for an eating disorder, Halloween can be a scary time. And not just because of the haunted houses and horror movies—but because of the exposure to food and candy. Halloween doesn’t have to be a stressful time. With the right preparation and support system, there are healthy and easy ways to

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Body Dysmorphia: What Does That Mean?

We’ve all found ourselves preoccupied with feeling self-conscious about our appearance from time to time. Maybe you think your smile is crooked, your nose too big or your skin has too many flaws. Hopefully these are just passing thoughts and nothing more than a nuisance. But there are people who think about their imperfections for

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