Posts tagged therapist
Weight Watchers

There has been a lot of uproar lately about the new Weight Watchers — Kurbo app, designed for children and adolescents 8-17 to promote weight-loss, calorie counting (via the “points system”) and a “healthier lifestyle.”


I absolutely want us to educate, inspire, and support children from a young age to live their healthiest lives. However, being a chubby child who dieted all my childhood and young adult life, and now being an eating disorder professional (psychotherapist), I think it’s important to do some education on the damage of this philosophy behind “weight-loss.” I’ve seen it first hand, and it’s been proven again and again, that childhood weight-loss efforts can lead to or often worsen disordered eating and body image issues!  

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Just DO IT

Doing the work isn't always fun. Yet it is necessary!⁠

Don't let "not feeling like it" derail you or get too loud in your head.⁠

There are a ton of things that I don't feel like doing, yet, I love results, so I do them anyways. ⁠

Some tips to help you take action and do the things you don't really want to do!⁠

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