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Students with eating disorders often develop a complicated relationship between their education and their health. On campuses, comparisons among peers (of both appearance and academic standing) and high performance expectations breed perfectionism, a hallmark quality for many eating disorders. It’s both normal and encouraged to prioritize academic achievement over sleep, food, and other self-caring activities.
https://eatingdisorderspecialists.com/wp-content/uploads/Mujidat.jpg 624 473 Greta Gleissner https://eatingdisorderspecialists.com/wp-content/uploads/edrs_logo.png Greta Gleissner2016-07-11 14:11:422016-07-11 14:43:36Considering Culture in Eating Disorder Recovery: An Interview with Mujidat Shotonwa, MHC-LP
For Mujidat, helping to facilitate a client’s recovery from the position of Intake Coordinator generates “a really good feeling for me, because it feels like I am part of pieces that are coming together.”
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Research shows that writing not only improves one’s emotional health, but it has physiologically benefits. Since the 1980s, numerous studies conducted by psychologist James W. Pennebaker, PhD, have proven the that writing about stressful emotions has significant positive effects on individuals coping with diseases, disorders, and trauma.