carnival of eating disorders #5

welcome to the april 30, 2007 edition of carnival of eating disorders. this time, because things have been a bit hectic around here, i am going to present you the “predigested” version. in the next few days, i will discuss the articles in a bit more detail.

RT presents interview with diet girl from the amazing adventures of diet girl! | real women’s fitness posted at real women’s fitness, saying, “hi there. i recently interviewed diet girl about women’s weight loss issues and we talked a lot about eating disorders. i think your readers would love it as diet girl is so popular online”

hueina su presents life balance lessons: 7 keys to avoid burnout posted at intensive care for the nurturer’s soul, saying, “chronic stress could exacerbate eating disorder. it could also lead to burnout, which could greatly impact a person’s physical & emotional health, relationships, work, and everyone related to him/her. when you are burned out, you can’t function at your best, and everyone you care about suffer with you. it’s not difficult to see that there is much at stake. here are some proactive steps you can take today to prevent (or overcome) burnout.”


msempower presents how to dismantle an eating disorder at the eating disorder survivors club, saying, “thank you in advance for reviewing my submission. many thanks, em”


vahid chaychi presents binge eating disorder affects 3 percent of americans posted at

shaheen lakhan presents the mental health parity bill of 2007 posted at GNIF brain blogger.


deb presents ten minutes of desperation posted at body, mind & solar.

therapydoc presents obesity wars posted at everyone needs therapy? lessons from a family therapist, saying, “another spin on the war against obesity, first the family, then the village.”

jolynn braley presents 5 actions to take to avoid eating when not hungry posted at the fit shack, saying, “in order to avoid eating when not hungry, whether for such reasons as emotions, habit, or food addiction, it is helpful to be prepared in advance with a plan of action. this article includes options that you can take to divert yourself in a productive manner, instead of turning to food when you are not physically hungry.”

that concludes this edition. submit your blog article to the may edition of carnival of eating disorders using our carnival submission form. it’ll come out on may 31. past posts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

isabella mori
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