Twenty-four million Americans of all ages and genders suffer from eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating.
Millions more suffer from disordered eating, an addictive relationship to food marked by compulsive eating and restricting.
Is it possible to break free of the self-destructive cycle of shame, body-hatred, and recrimination?
One approach to end the negative image you have of your body is by reconnecting your relationship with food, while also re-establishing a positive attitude towards your body.
Author Sarah Joy Marsh shares why you need to stop body shaming yourself and how there is hope to healing.