Sunday, December 6, 2015
The dream plan Have you been dreaming about which college you want to go to? Making the decision of going to college doesn’t exactly happen over night. It takes good marks in school, researching programs, getting admission paperwork filled out, preparing the financial aspects, and so much more. College is the door at the end of the high school tunnel – just waiting for you to enter. And after you graduate from college, you can now start looking towards a career and move on with your adult life. That’s the plan that has been set out before us. But not everyone has the same path.
Saturday, December 5, 2015
We all move at different paces Everyone is different and moves at their own pace. Just because one person is faster doesn’t mean you have to also be fast. Especially when it comes to recovering from something as intense as an eating disorder. Bouncing back to your normal self after anorexia is a journey that must taken at the pace you need and not someone else’s. It is important that it is not rushed just because you want to get it over with. Being pushed too quickly could cause a relapse.stop rushing “Start low, advance slow” Because eating disorder rehabs for teens want you to move slow with your eating disorder recovery, it’s not surprising to even start small with your food intake. “Start low, advance slow,” the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism strongly suggests when talking about eating and calories.
Friday, December 4, 2015
Bulimia for two Having bulimia alone is already hard enough, but when there are two of you in one body – can you imagine the repercussions? There are horrific risks that could occur while pregnant and facing bulimia. Physical and mental deterioration Pregnant woman holding tummy Being a mother-to-be while going through the motions of bulimia could be fatal for the developing baby. While you can’t always see what’s going on with your body during bulimia, the insides are without a doubt deteriorating due to the malnutrition. Physically it affects you and mentally it takes over. Finding help through bulimia treatment centers in California is an honorable way to find treatment before too much damage has been caused.
Thursday, December 3, 2015
There is nothing better to someone recovering from an eating disorder than showing them compassion. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines it as a “sympathetic consciousness of others’ distress together with a desire to alleviate it. Being there to support your loved one as they recover at a rehab for teen eating disorders is extremely helpful in the process. When you show compassion, you are showing the loved one in treatment that you will be there for them through it all which gives them a nice crutch during this time. Here are great reasons to be a compassionate person, especially to someone recovering from an eating disorder
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Men go through it too What is happening that is making more men then ever before fall prey to eating disorders? For too long now, eating disorders have been seen as an issue that only plagues women. Since 2000, the number of men who have been diagnosed has gone up 27%. The scary part is – this may be an issue that has been going on for quite some time but has only now been recognized. Anorexia rehab centers in California, such as Aspire Wellness, work to find the complex issues that motivate men and women to hurt themselves.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
With the Thanksgiving holiday coming up, college likes to give you a break to spend time with family and friends. But what if coming home too stressful to handle now that you have new baggage? High School Pupils Celebrating End Of Term Attending a college or university for the first time is an extreme adjustment after living at home for the past 17 to 18 years of your life. Suddenly you are moving on to this bigger and brighter future, but sometimes it’s not as glamorous as what was foretold. Insecurities can begin to unfold especially since the “Freshman 15” pressures may come up as well as other social issues may begin to appear as eating disorders. So coming home with the burdens of an eating disorder on your shoulders may be overwhelming and not entirely something you look forward to.