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  • Tips for Intuitive Eating While Travelling

    Summer is here and if you are new to the practice of intuitive eating, you may be freaking out about upcoming travelling. This video offers some tips.

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  • Getting Swimsuit Ready

    When it comes to getting ready for swimsuit season, ignore the magazines, billboards, and ads that try to convince you you’re anything less than awesome.

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  • Summer: A Time for Growth and Rebirth

    The arrival of spring and summer are such promising ways to hold on to any progress made within recovery. It is also a great time to continue to take new steps forward, too. I am not a city girl, and nature and the outdoors are my haven.

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  • Surviving Summer Transitions

    Summer is a time of transition for many of us. Whether it is transitioning from school into a summer job, from high school into university, or from university to working life as it is for me. No matter what the transition is, it can be a stressful time in our lives.

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  • Finding Contentment

    I am currently on the crest of a summer which will include several weddings (including my brother and my best friend’s), my graduation from college, the start of my professional career, and my first major move. As I face this last month before summer, I am forced to re-examine the “I can’t wait” attitude and how it affects my sense of contentment.

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  • Jennifer Aniston is Sick of Tabloids + Body Shaming

    “If I am some kind of symbol to some people out there, then clearly I am an example of the lens through which we, as a society, view our mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, female friends and colleagues. The objectification and scrutiny we put women through is absurd and disturbing.”

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  • When Fitness Becomes Sickness

    I am an addict. Stating these words still feels surreal, even after all this time.

    I remember my first meeting: “My name is Regina, I have anorexia nervosa, anorexia athletica, orthorexia and exercise addiction, among other diagnosed psychiatric disorders.”

    Even though I knew my situation was due to an illness and not a choice I had made, feelings of shame started creeping up on me.

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  • Welcome to Libero Magazine!

    Welcome to Libero Magazine! We’ve been on a short hiatus as our team worked hard behind-the-scenes at bringing you an all new experience here at Libero.

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  • TIPs for Coping with Self-Harm Urges

    Here are some TIPs for coping with self-harm urges. Essentially, TIP skills alter our physical state which then changes our emotional state.

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  • Adjusting to New Foods in Recovery

    Adjusting to new foods in recovery isn’t easy. You must teach your body to accept the foods it has rejected for so long. This can be uncomfortable.

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  • Holly: Free From Negativity

    Most importantly, I no longer feel bad about having anxiety. I understand it and it’s helped to shape who I am. I am free from fear, and I am free from negativity.

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