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-Andri S. Bjornsson, PhD; Elizabeth R. Didie, PhD; Katharine A. Phillips, MD. C l i n i c a l R e s e a r c h: Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience - Vol 12 . No. 2 . 2010 pages 221-232.
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Have you ever thought that maybe that innocent Netflix habit could be wreaking havoc on your health? Turns out it might be a dangerous vice you not only want to cut back on, but maybe eliminate it entirely for a while. Read on to discover […]
Here’s how to take that first small step. Food addiction is real. And if you’re struggling with food addiction, know that you’re not alone — I’ve been there, too. In fact, the younger you are, the more likely it’s your struggle. From my past experience […]
It would be a lie to say I love my body today, but I can’t deny the fact that yoga taught me how powerful my body is and that is what I think about if I move too far into self-hatred. Paige Elizabeth is a […]
When some patients start treatment for an eating disorder it can be emotionally and physically uncomfortable. In my work as a therapist I try to educate my patients as to why this feeling is normal. On top of the patient’s discomfort, sometimes it can be […]
How to manage unhealthy eating habits when loneliness strikes. When you’re feeling depressed, it really can feel so much worse when you’re sitting there all alone, without anyone else to talk to, and especially at night. (Have you ever noticed that your depression feels worse […]
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