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eating disorders

Eating Disorders and “To the Bone”: What You Need to Know

On July 14, Netflix released a new show entitled “To the Bone”, a fictional story about eating disorders. It depicts a 20-year-old girl with an eating disorder. As her symptoms become extreme, she becomes medically unstable.  Soon after, she goes into residential treatment to get treatment and gain control over of her eating disorder. Though the […]

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Anxiety

More than Worried: 5 Types of Childhood Anxiety You Need to Know

Worry and anxiety are part of our everyday life. Browsing the news headlines or scrolling through Facebook may fuel your tension, nerves or worry. However, in proportional doses, worry can serve it’s worthy purpose of alerting us to danger and motivating us to take action. Discerning between what is normal and necessary worry and what is beyond […]

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Mothering While Socially Awkward

Hello. I am an introvert. An outgoing one, but an introvert nonetheless. I am also extremely socially awkward, and very sensitive. I know you’re just dying to meet me in person. Also, maybe you can relate! This has been my personality (or rather affliction) since I was a child. Its unlikely to change, as much as […]

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girl time

Ladies’ Night on a Budget: Cheap and Easy Ways to Make Time for Girl Time

We see a lot of articles about date night ideas. Sure, it’s important to carve out alone time with your partner reconnecting and reviving the romance. But what about another aspect of our lives that is often tabled when kids come along: GIRL TIME. While date nights looks different now, girls nights have changed a […]

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