Sunday, December 4, 2016

Van Helsing Star Laura Mennell Interview “Feel Good About You”

December 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Bullying, Featured, Role Models, Self Esteem

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I’m Laura Mennell and I’m lucky enough to be able to do what I love for a living – I’ve been a professional actor for over a decade.  I’ve been persistent in following my dreams, worked hard to get where I am, and I’m grateful to be working where […]

Actress Emily Shaffer Interview “What I Would Tell My 18 Year Old Self”

I’m Emily Shaffer and I am an actor.  What this means is I am a hustler and a gypsy.  I work 3 jobs and audition for television.  As well as love the crap out of my husband and dog.  When the stars align – I get to BE on television.  Currently I’m working on writing […]

Our Interview with Matthew Moy of the TV Show “Two Broke Girls”

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? My name is Matthew Moy and I’m an actor. Can you tell us a bit about any upcoming projects or events that you are working on? Currently I work on a show on CBS called 2 Broke Girls. I also play the voice of Lars on […]

How Not to Recover from Your Eating Disorder

Many people don’t recover from dysregulated eating because they insist on doing things exactly as they always have done them and can’t seem to break out of that rut. My hope is that writing about what to do in order to stay stuck might actually help you get unstuck. Toward that goal, here are 10 […]

Knowing the Difference Between Prodctivity and Creativity

So many dysregulated eaters are also folks who feel a pressing need to stay busy all the time. Not just busy doing anything old thing, mind you, but filling their time with properly productive endeavors. Sadly, many are potentially or highly creative individuals who have let their need to be productive co-opt their creativity. In […]

When You Can’t Get What You Really Want, You Eat

When dysregulated eaters think they can’t get what they really want in life, they too often turn to food. They’re not hungry (not a smidge!), but end up on a mission to find something edible to satisfy them. And heaven help anyone who gets in their way. I know just what this process is like […]

Maintaining a Stable Sense of Self

Many dysregulated eaters find it difficult to keep a stable sense of self at all times, that is, to hold a core, positive regard for themselves that is undeniable and unwavering—no matter what. With an unstable sense of self, you feel fantastic about yourself when you’ve done well or when people like and praise you, […]

When Memories Trigger Painful Feelings and Food Binges

I talk a lot—I mean a lot—with clients about understanding how painful memories get triggered in the present. So many clients don’t realize they’re feeling anything distressing, yet find themselves in the midst of unrelenting binges. If you want to know how to prevent and stop emotional eating, here’s a brief review of the paradigm […]

How Online Support Improves Your Relationship with Food

I’ve always believed that my Yahoo Food and Feelings message board and Facebook “Normal” Eating page help troubled eaters feel better about themselves and their relationship with food. Now an article entitled “A burden shared” in the 1/31/15 issue of The Economist (page 72) gives me hope that what I’ve assumed might be true. Although […]

Tinder and The Age of Online Dating

Tinder has become all the rage recently; all of my friends are talking about matching with someone or getting a message, and I’m over here like what the heck is Tinder? Do you mean the thing you start a fire with, that sort of tinder? As a 23-year-old graduate student I wouldn’t say that I […]

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