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  1. Fat is Only a Three Letter Word

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    Sandra Friedman Reprinted from "Eating Disorders" issue of Visions Journal, 2002, No. 16, pp. 7-8 It’s hard to grow up female today without being concerned about fat. Girls today feel fat, fear fat and have to deal with the psychological distres ...

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  2. Food, Emotions and Emotional Literacy

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    Pat Kitchener Reprinted from "Eating Disorders" issue of Visions Journal, 2002, No. 16, p. 9 Many of us are puzzled by our relationship to food. We are even more puzzled by the relationship between food and emotions. On some level, we know that ...

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  3. Exploring the Role that Ethnicity and Culture Play in Disordered Eating

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    Esther Kane, MSW, RCC Reprinted from "Eating Disorders" issue of Visions Journal, 2002, No. 16, p. 10 My journey over the past 15-plus years to understand disordered eating has been extraordinary. It started in my teens when I suffered with buli ...

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  4. Spirituality and Eating Disorders

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    Kristina Sandy Reprinted from "Eating Disorders" issue of Visions Journal, 2002, No. 16, p. 11 Some years ago, I walked into the eating disorder clinic in Victoria BC, books in hand, ready to do research for a psychology course. Several frail lo ...

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  5. Only Media Subjecting Women?

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    Dana Reprinted from "Eating Disorders" issue of Visions Journal, 2002, No. 16, p. 12-13 Historically, women have been more identified with their bodies than men. When we look at today’s women’s magazines, television shows, and advertising, we ar ...

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  6. Growth-Fostering Relationships

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    Supporting Liberation from Eating Problems Lynn Redenbach, BA, RPN, MA(cand.) ...

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  7. A Well-Balanced Dietary Deprivation

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    My Dangerously-Poor (Non) Eating Habits Frank G. Sterle Jr. Reprinted from "Eating Disorders" issue of Visions Journal, 2002, No. 16, p. 22 ‘Lunch is for wimps,” says Gordon Geco, the multi-billionaire business-tycoon from the 1980s, Hollywood-h ...

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  8. Body Image, Self-Esteem, and Mental Health

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      PDF | More info sheets Author: Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division   Body image and self-esteem start in the mind, not in the mirror. They can change the way you understand your value and worth. Healthy body image and self-esteem are a big p ...

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  9. Approaches to Dealing with Disordered Eating in Schools

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    Denise Hodgins Reprinted from "Eating Disorders" issue of Visions Journal, 2002, No. 16, pp. 23-24 One of the goals at the BC Eating Disorders Association is to provide, encourage and facilitate education ranging from school-based prevention pro ...

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  10. Learning to Unlearn Nutrition

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    Finding Your Nutrition Truth Jacqui Gingras, MSc, RD Reprinted from "Eating Disorders" issue of Visions Journal, 2002, No. 16, pp. 24-25 How would you describe your relationship with food? What is your earliest childhood food memory? What is you ...

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