Sunday, September 25, 2016

Making Decisions via Pride and Shame

I thought I’d written on this topic before because it’s something I talk about all the time with clients, but I couldn’t find a blog about making decisions by the pride-and-shame method. This is a very simple way to make choices. It totally bypasses internal conflicts and focuses only on how the decision will make […]

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Is Food Photojournaling Really Just Disordered Eating in Disguise?

April 7, 2010 by  
Filed under Dieting

Have you seen this article in the New York Times —  First Camera, Then Fork? MizFit brought it to our attention today and I knew I needed to write a post about it … especially since it was relevant to our panel discussion last month at FitBloggin. There, during our session where we tackled the […]

When Does “Diligence” End and “Obsession” Begin?

October 27, 2009 by  
Filed under Body Image

For many people, there is a very fine line between “diligence” and “obsession” when it comes to healthy living.

You could argue orthorexia (an all-consuming obsession with healthy eating/living) is just as bad a problem as more traditional eating disorders such as binge eating, anorexia, or bulimia.

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