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Eating Disorders Treatment Blog

Welcome to the Shoreline Eating Disorders Treatment Blog

There is so much to say in regards to eating disorder recovery, and we have a lot to say. This blog talks about topics related to insurance, motivation, research and so much more. You are here because you want to learn more about these disorders, and we want to provide you with information that can help you in your quest for information and answers. In the coming days, please stay tuned for lots of articles and individual blog entries on the subject. These blogs will be sure to keep you both informed and thinking.  Learn from The Shoreline Bloggers, who are eating disorder experts and former clients. Please check back often, and share your eating disorder stories in the comments of the blogs. We look forward to helping you.

Balancing Careers, Motherhood and Eating Disorders

For someone suffering from an eating disorder, handling the normal day-to-day activities is hard enough. Add to that a mother with a crying baby and lack of sleep and the balancing act becomes more difficult. So how does a mother balance her career and home responsibilities when she h
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Pop Culture and Eating Disorders: It’s Often Inaccurate

Pop culture has a singular view of eating disorders: They almost glamorous it as a way to show off thin models and actors. A recent article by Chloe Angyal in the Daily Life (“What pop culture gets wrong about eating disorders”) exposes these media messages for what they truly are – a
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Save the Date: New Location Open House Soon!

Dear Shoreline Friends and Family, We are excited to announce that we will be opening a new facility in South Orange County in Summer 2014. Thank you for your continued support of Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment. We are excited to share with you our latest endeavor. We
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Families & Eating Disorders: How To Support Your Family Member

Seeing a family member struggle with an eating disorder is far from easy. It’s taxing on both the individual and the family. But families need to realize that recovery is possible, but that it’s going to be a long road to get there. Parents and siblings must be willing to take steps t
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Signs of Eating Disorders in Children

You love your child, and you want to protect them from any and all dangers. You’ve tried to teach your kids right. You tell them not to talk to strangers and not to go down dark alleys. You may also avoid words like diet or exercise to avoid body image problems. Yet, something has you
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Could Facebook Use Lead to Poor Body Image?

Facebook is supposed to provide us with an opportunity to stay updated with new and old friends. But Facebook really has less to do with real friends than it does with “Friends” – people who we barely know or used to know. According to a recent survey of college-aged women, “mor
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How Parents’ Behaviors Affect Children

Parents’ behaviors affect their children. We all know this. For good reason are people told that they’re just like their mother or father. Our parents’ beliefs, attitudes and mannerisms directly affect how children grow up, including parents’ thoughts towards food and exercise. The Go
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Can Menopause Trigger Eating Disorders?

Menopause is a time of great change in a woman’s life, including lifestyle, hormonal and body changes. Many women have trouble dealing with these changes, and some will find different ways of coping. This may be the reason why women going through menopause may be at a greater risk for
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Children and Weight: Are We Stressing Them Out Unnecessarily?

Obese children are often at-risk for health disorders like high blood pressure and heart disease, but the cure – losing weight – may also be just as risky for them. According to a recent report in Pediatrics, two studies indicate that children who were once obese may be a higher risk
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