Learning Joyful Movement in Recovery

By: Megan Samuels "I first picked up a field hockey stick in order to learn a new skill and to have fun.  As I transitioned into private club and high school teams, my love for sports took a turn.  In high school, I was plagued by varsity sports.  I played varsity field hockey and lacrosse.  [...]

The "Almost" Eating Disorder

"Everyone is a little disordered, right?"  I've been asked this question a countless number of times by friends and family when they discover that I work in the field of eating disorders.   Sometimes the person posing the question is referring to the fact that everyone occasionally overeats, eats based off of their emotions, or is [...]

Real Life Recovery

I recently interviewed individuals who are in recovery in to shed some light on this complex and highly misunderstood process. Here's what they said: What do you wish you knew before starting recovery? "For a long time, I thought recovery was more based on achieving and maintaining a healthy weight again. I was only focused [...]