Interview With Caroline Dooner – Creator of The Fuck It Diet

Interview With Caroline Dooner – Creator of The Fuck It Diet.

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Drinking Alcohol in Recovery

It’s popular wisdom in the eating disorder recovery community that drinking alcohol/doing drugs is bad – and there is a lot of evidence to back that statement up. There is a strong correlation between people with substance abuse issues and eating disorders. Alcohol, of course, is detrimental to your health whether you are recovering or […]

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Sweet Potato Thai Green Curry – Recipe Video

Today I’d like to share the first of what I hope are many recipes to come.  I filmed this on Monday night after I came home from work.  This is one of my many simple and quick dinners that I make after a long day.  While I typically pre-make most of my meals, one or […]

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Recovering From a Binge

Binge eating, the uncontrollable impulse to eat mass quantities of food despite any feelings of hunger or fullness.  Most people entrenched in diet culture can empathize with the terrible feeling that comes in the aftermath of a binge.  Whether they are suffering from BED, bulimia, or are just experiencing the effects of fad/yo-yo dieting, a […]

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How I Recovered

I want to start off by saying that I am not a dietician, psychologist, or doctor of any sort.  If you are experiencing serious medical concerns, please go see a doctor as soon as possible and if you are having any abnormal, anxious, depressed, or suicidal thoughts or feel like you need a trained ear […]

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Letting Go Of A Thin Identity

Let’s talk about personal identity.  Something that I noticed is that when the inches of your waist and number on the scale become the central components of your life, it is hard to stop from identifying solely through the frame of the disorder.  You can find your identity being defined by traits that only surround your […]

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Fall Into The Season – White Chocolate Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies

Ahhh Fall.  The crisp air, the changing foliage, the emerging of sweaters and boots from the back of the closet, the warm apple cider, and the integration of pumpkin spice into every consumable good possible.  At least that’s how my autumns were growing up in New England.  In New Orleans, fall comes on a little […]

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