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Question: Feeling Hunger and Fullness?

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Answer: I can appreciate and understand how hunger signals can be really scary, but I take this as a good sign! It means your body is recovering from the ED.

Tips for Intuitive Eating While Travelling

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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.

Surviving Summer Transitions

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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.

Adjusting to New Foods in Recovery

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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.

Coping With Stress In Times of Transition

Coping With Stress In Times of Transition | Libero Magazine

Of course I would find the feeling of wanting to control what I eat comforting, at a time when I felt so out of control. Coping during times of transition can be extremely difficult. Routine and familiarity are often vital.

How to Cope with A New Body

How to Cope with A New Body | Libero Magazine

Eating disorders are mental illnesses. The mind hijacks the body and begins to analyze, critique, and control the physical form in which it resides.

Eating Disorders: Misunderstood Origins

Eating Disorders: Misunderstood Origins | Libero Magazine

There is often stigma surrounding those suffering from eating disorders, based on the misconception it is a choice. As these illnesses are portrayed as having physical signs, there is a belief they stem from focusing on appearance.

Men and Eating Disorders: You’re Not Alone

Men and Eating Disorders: You're Not Alone | Libero Magazine

Many people see eating disorders as an excess of vanity. The stigma is even worse for men and boys who suffer. Eating disorders are seen as feminine–many people aren’t aware men suffer from eating disorders.

“Shame On Me” No More

"Shame On Me" No More | Libero Magazine

No matter what I did, I was never satisfied. There was always this voice in the back of my head, telling me I could do better; I could be better.

Video: “What if my S.O. Doesn’t Understand my Eating Disorder?”

We all want our significant other to “get us” and understand us. When it comes to something like an eating disorder, holding out hope the love of your life will ever fully comprehend what you’re going through is a losing game.

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