Values are what bring distinction to your life. You don't find them, you choose them. And when you do, you're on the path to fulfillment.
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Overcome Mental Health Challenges and Reclaim Your Life
Jennifer Rollin MSW, LCSW-C
'Insatiable,' Netflix's new body-shaming show, perpetuates harmful stereotypes.
Freedom from an eating disorder is possible.
Recovery from an eating disorder is possible.
It's not your fault that you are struggling
You can learn how to treat yourself more kindly.
If you are struggling with this, you are so not alone.
Part of recovery is learning how to let yourself feel.
As an eating disorder and body image therapist, I'm upset by this trailer.
You don't have to continue to suffer with this alone.
Do you question whether you are "sick enough" for eating disorder treatment?
What would you be focused on if you weren't so focused on hating your body?
Do you struggle with bingeing? You can find freedom from this.
A therapist's tips for breaking free from compulsive exercise
An important skill from dialectical behavioral therapy.
Are you anxious about the holidays? Here are some tips for maintaining your eating disorder recovery.
You didn’t choose to have an eating disorder, but you can make the choice to continue on the path towards recovery.
These common statements can do more harm then good for someone dealing with depression.
Struggling with your feelings often leads to more suffering—here's a better way to cope with your emotions.
In light of the Stanford case, this is what survivors should hear.
Three tips for setting healthy boundaries.
The answer may surprise you.
Celebrities voice their support for eating disorder awareness.
Studies demonstrate why meditation is good for us.
How to set boundaries with people who are constantly talking about their latest diet attempts or are demonizing certain macronutrients.
Tips for creating a relapse prevention plan in recovery
What everyone who is struggling with an eating disorder should hear.
Moderation is the key to improved health and quality of life
Exposing yourself to fear foods is critical in your eating disorder recovery.
Regularly weighing yourself may be causing more harm than good.
Labeling foods as "healthy" and "unhealthy" can lead to disordered eating.
Jennifer Rollin, MSW, LCSW-C: is an eating disorder therapist in Rockville, Maryland who specializes in helping teens and adults to recover from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and body image issues.