carnival of eating disorders #8

welcome to this month’s edition of the carnival of eating disorders! what are blog carnivals? they are like a readers digest of articles on just about any topic under the sun. imagine this one as a parade of blog posts – all about eating disorders. anorexia in the media at are you eating with your… Continue reading carnival of eating disorders #8

bobby mcferrin

god, bobby mcferrin is good. last friday, being in the presence of such a big man (of such slight stature) who is so thoroughly imbued with music gave my heart – not just my musical mind – a larger canvas to sing on. country and western, classical, african, children’s songs, jazz – nothing is foreign… Continue reading bobby mcferrin

on blogging and research

a few days ago, i promised you the fourth instalment of the report on our little research project that explores the thoughts of people who view images of nude or scantily clad anorexic women. i need a bit more time with that, and today i’d like to share with you my reflections on why. it… Continue reading on blogging and research

“don’t should on yourself”: albert ellis dead at 93

what’s the goal of therapy? “to minimize the client’s central self-defeating outlook, and to acquire a more realistic, tolerant philosophy of life.” that is one of the the central tenets of rational-emotive therapy (RET), founded by albert ellis in 1955. albert ellis died yesterday at the age of 93. albert ellis walked his talk. he… Continue reading “don’t should on yourself”: albert ellis dead at 93