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Why I March -
Most people who know me would ask “You did WHAT?”… That’s right, I danced on the lawn of our Nation’s Capital, and I didn’t care what anyone else thought. I danced to celebrate and honor one of my daughter Katie’s wishes. So many times she asked me to dance with her, insisted she was going to get me to dance – she did! I carry Katie with me, always in my heart, so we danced….and we marched…..and we were citizen lobbyist – in the fight against eating disorders. Another shock – I have never been involved in government or politics. I appreciated (and needed) the Schoolhouse Rock! lesson I’m Just a Bill. For me, this two day event, October 27 and 28 was truly life-changing. And here is why… Read More
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Dr. Insel, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, discusses his personal experience with eating disorders as the keynote speaker at the National Eating Disorders Association Conference in 2013.
This article is full of important information about risks associated with coaches encouraging unhealthy behaviors to control weight.
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