Tag Archives: eating disorders

Weight Watchers for Teens

The headline jumped out at me like a wild, bright neon elephant in print: “Weight Watchers for Teens” This was worst than the fat report card, or perhaps just as heinous. I couldn’t figure it out right off the bat, so … Continue reading

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Wellness

Don’t obsess over weight loss. Wellness is about making your life bigger, not smaller.   .   Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark … Continue reading

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Pleasantly Plump

My wife has put on a few pounds, to the extent that it is probably not good for her long-term health. My wife is attractive, takes good care of herself, and has no current health problems, but I am concerned … Continue reading

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Does That F Stand for Fat or Fabulous?

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
“When a child doesn’t read well, we teach. When a child doesn’t do math well, we teach. When we want a child to eat well, we what…” Send home a fat report…

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My Body My Image !

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
I am the nanny of two 10yearold girls this summer, and I am concerned with comments they have made about their looks. Both are normalsize, healthy girls with regular bodies, but I have…

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