Share your Experiences to Help Others

BodyMatters is looking for volunteers to share their experiences. We understand the importance of the lived experience and hope...

October 26

Teaching Families that Integration (Not Eradication) Leads to Recovery

Reposted from Eating Disorders Blog with permission; Adapted from original article by Anna Kowalski and Abby Gold. Having worked at Monte...

March 8

Meet Nikki DuBose: Former Model, Author, Speaker and Mental Health Advocate

By Madalyn McCormack Trigger warning: Descriptions of eating disordered behaviour and abuse. In December last year we were lucky enough...

March 1

Controlled by Exercise: The Distance Between Self-Harm & Self-Care

Reposted from Eating Disorders Blog with permission. Adapted from original article by Angie Viets, LCP. “Strong is the new skinny.”...

March 1

Feeling Like the Only One with Your Problem

Reposted from Eating Disorders Blog with permission; Adapted from original article by Karen Koenig.   It makes me sad to...

January 18

How The Holidays Drastically Improved Without An Eating Disorder: Stories From Recovered Individuals

This article was published on the Eating Disorders Blogs website on November 23, 2016 by Angie Viets, LCP The...

January 9

Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s: Kylie’s influencing image on teens.

By Georgina Lavan We all worked out years ago that it’s a hard thing to keep up with the...

December 8

RecoverED

By Emma Sheens Can you fully recover from an eating disorder? Yes. Absolutely. Without a doubt. Often people struggling...

October 12

I must…I have to…I should exercise!

By Emma Sheens Source: Pexels  If someone was to ask you “Hey, why do you exercise?” what might your...

September 26