My relationship with my body has always been one that has ebbed and flowed. I have been in phases where I’ve absolutely loved myself. I’ve been so gung-ho about how I feel. And others, like the phase I’m currently in, where I’m not quite feeling that. Normally, it’s a bad… Continue Reading My Relationship With Body Image
Hi, I’m sue O’Dell, Madison’s mom. And I’m Madi. (Sue) From a parent perspective on what to expect when having your child come to Children’s in the eating disorder, basically how it works is we came in and had her evaluated. They determined that day whether or not they will… Continue Reading What to expect during treatment in the Eating Disorders Unit: Madi O’Dell’s story
Body image problems can feature in a range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety and social phobias. In the case of body dysmorphic disorder, people can have a very distorted perception of their body and their appearance. Mirrors and windows are my enemy on the days when I’m having… Continue Reading Can body image problems affect our mental health? | BBC Tomorrow’s World
Hey everybody, thanks for checking back. This week’s video I’m going to tell you seven facts about anorexia. Why it’s serious and why we need to get help as soon as possible. So, like I said, today I want to talk to you about seven facts that you may or… Continue Reading 7 MUST KNOW Facts about ANOREXIA – Eating disorder & Treatment w/Kati Morton | Kati Morton
– In this video, we’ll set out how you find your optimum cycling weight, and how you maintain it, but in answering that question, we’ll also land on one of cycling’s biggest issues, one that’s rarely talked about. So, you’re gonna hear from an expert on this subject who will… Continue Reading Cycling’s Body Weight Obsession – How Light Is Right For You?
Translator: Paulina Segovia Reviewer: Denise RQ Søren Kierkegaard once said: “Life can only be understood backwards but must be lived forwards.” With these words in mind, I want to tell you my story, and the pain, shame, anger, and fear that I had to walk through in order to move… Continue Reading Finding freedom in facing pain: Amy Dalton at TEDxLaJolla
(sad music) (sigh) (message notification sound) (sad music) – This is so good. You should try it. – Oh, no thank you. I’m trying to eat healthier. – [man in gray shirt] Like, scary ripped. – Yeah dude, seriously. Like, jacked. – Dude, girls with big arms like that kind… Continue Reading What It’s Like To Not Love Your Body
(instruments warming up) – [Instructor] Put your knee track over your toe. Good job. (whirs) (pulsing music) (gulps) (heavy breathing) – John? – Hey Erica. – Oh my god, hi! Oh I almost didn’t recognize you though, you look good. – I lost a little weight. – Okay, well it’s… Continue Reading Body Insecure