Viewing blog posts tagged with "Excercise"
posted by Julie O'Toole on November 19, 2014 at 9:27am
My good friend and colleague Therese Waterhous, a PhD, RD eating disorder specialist and board member of the parent organization F.E.A.S.T., called me the other day. She needed to vent, and now, apparently, I do too. It’s not that her annoying experience was rare or new, it’s just the fact that such ignorance persists and that at this point -- given the avalanche of new information about pediatric eating disorders -- such ignorance seems willful. You can update your database.… Read More
posted by Julie O'Toole on October 22, 2014 at 7:33am
It’s not very common for me to hear things out of the mouths of our patients that I have not heard before—I have heard most things many, many times. For example: “exercise (insert dance, soccer, cheer, ballet, etc) is my only social life, I don’t have any friends without it,” or “school is the most important thing to me. I can’t get behind because of treatment,” or “I don’t care abut how much weight I gain, as long as it’s muscle,” or “I don’t tolerate… Read More