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Body Image, Eating, and Physical Health

Calm in the time of coronavirus: How to cope with our collective fear

Understanding our own response to the unknown is the first step to helping us cope with our fears and deal with the potential risks of coronavirus with a level head...and without forgetting to breathe
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Compassion and Mental Health in a Time of Global Health Crisis

It can be overwhelming to see news articles and reports in the media on a daily basis since the beginning of the outbreak of the coronavirus. It is essential for our mental health that people show support and act with kindness and compassion toward those who are suffering in a time of crisis. We have...
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Neon sign "eat what makes you HAPPY"

Intuitive Eating – another fad? Or something more…

You and only you can tell yourself what your body needs and it's time to start listening. Read this post for more on intuitive eating!
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My Cancer Experience… As An Outsider Looking In

Annélie Anestin worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Psycho-Oncology Centre of the Sainte-Justine Hospital for 10 years. In this blog she brings us her outsider's experience of the many journies with cancer she witnessed along the way.
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We All Know What It’s Like To Feel Fat. Let’s Try To Change That For Our Next Generation.

Let's teach the next generation to love their bodies! This blog post proposes an end to body shaming, and provides suggestions for ways we can teach messages of body positivity and health instead.
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mug with words "be strong"

Those Times When “Being Healthy”…. Isn’t. How To Integrate Self-Care Into Our Exercise Goals

Sometimes our ideas of "healthy" are influenced by not-so-healthy messages portrayed in media. We may diet and exercise in extremes, and end up working against our goals. In this post, learn how integrating self-care can transform unhealthy fitness and health habits into healthy ones.
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