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Far from the Arms of Hunger!

  Yesterday I attended a kid’s birthday party, the son of a friend. The party was organised at noon in an indoor soft-play area. The kids played for over an hour and then they had a choice of chicken, fish, burger or sausages, and chips, and ice cream for desert, and then cake. Unfortunately for

BE SHAMELESS!

You might have seen in the news or, at least, online, that ex-playmate Dani Mathers has been charged for sharing a picture in Snapchat. The picture was taken in the gym and was of a 70 year old naked woman, I assume about to take a shower. The caption she added read ‘If I can’t

The Greatest Love of All!

  The Greatest Love of All The greatest love of all is probably a mother’s love, but there is another one, one that will support you and help you for the rest of your life, the love you have for yourself. I’ve talked in past articles about how the self-esteem of people with eating disorders

Bad Food, Death & Taxes!

I’ve written quite a few posts about eating disorders in the past few weeks, mostly Binge Eating Disorder, and I’ve touched on subjects such as the stigma of being fat, some of the feelings that trigger binges or disordered behaviors as well as social media and BMI. As I was browsing through all that content,

Life Therapies Clinic Blogs it! Do I Dare to Eat a Peach?

Life Therapies Clinic is beyond proud to be introducing our latest guest blogger, the exquisitely talented writer, blogger and all round amazing person that is Conor Penn. Having read some of Conor’s previous articles we could not be more delighted that he has agreed to contribute to our page and sincerely hope that you will

Don’t Let Guilt Fool You!

Over the past few years, but mostly the past few months, I’ve had a chance to explore both the emotional triggers and emotional implications of eating disorders. When I think back, I realise that I knew early on I had a problem, I just didn’t know it was a problem. I remember being in my

Mum’s the Word on Social Media & Eating Disorders!

If you have an eating disorder and you have children like I do, you might worry about your ability to raise your children free of the burden of an unhealthy relationship with food. During therapy I identified that the very beginning of my Binge Eating Disorder was between the age of 8 and 10, when

Life Therapies Clinic Blogs It! Be Inspired!

Life Therapies Clinic is delighted to be sharing some exciting new developments and we are launching a series of blogs and articles from a select group of amazingly talented, gifted and inspirational guest bloggers. We sincerely hope you will laugh, cry and be inspired by the clever musings of our star guest blogger Caroline Corpas

Does my autistic child have an eating disorder?

Do you have a child or family member on the autistic spectrum who struggles with eating challenges? Are you concerned they may have an ‘eating disorder’? I often get contacted for advice by parents who are concerned about their children suffering the physical effects of food avoidance and food anxieties (often sensory based), so here

Why Diet and Exercise Are Not the Keys to Weight Loss and Health

What if getting healthy had very little to do with obsessing over what you eat or worrying about how much you exercise? What if you could make weight loss and health automatic? In fact, research shows that is the best way to lose weight and get healthy. You can design a life where health and

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