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Separating the Eating Disorder Voice from Your Own Strong Voice! by Arielle B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 May 2013 12:00am This is a remake of a very popular video I did a couple of years ago. It's short and simple: a lesson in facts. Read on »
son with eating disorder, mother with a voice by Laura Patient Expert Posted Sat 28 Apr 2012 11:25am Terrific article by F.E.A.S.T. mom about son with eating disorder , as well as a wonderful piece by a F.E.A.S.T. advisor, Dr. Mark Warren  in Teenage Boys and Anorexia in Your Teen magazine! Read on »
What do “voices” and “disordered thinking” have in common? by Ron Unger Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Dec 2010 12:00am I was at a seminar recently where Ron Coleman asserted that the experience of hearing voices may commonly be the cause of what seems to be disordered thinking, so that in fact there may be nothing wrong with a person’s ability to think in an orderly way, it is just that the experience of hearing voices is temporarily disrupting the order of th ... Read on »
Raising Our Voices During National Eating Disorder Week by Lori Hanson Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 11:46pm Florida State Univ Student Body Leaders Last week I had the incredible opportunity to travel all over this great country and speak for three universities that understand the importance of bringing more awareness to eating disorders. Drug and alcohol awareness programs are mandatory for most universities, but one of my goals is to help ... Read on »
The Voice of ED by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Feb 2010 10:10am Many people with eating disorders report a "voice" in their head that tells them to starveto bingeto purgeto exercise. This voice hisses and spits while they look in the mirror and try on clothes. It congratulates you on every pound (half-poundquarter-pound) lost. Jenni Schaefer calls her eating disordered voice "Ed," and considers it separate ... Read on »
Civility and projecting one's voice by Laura Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Aug 2012 8:41am So, civility - and the lack of it - is a daily struggle in activism. I'm listening to Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech right now. There is nothing conciliatory about it. He was absolutely clear on right and wrong, on who was responsible, and what needed to be done. His demands were deeply threatening to many, and gave hope ... Read on »
Help From A Rational Voice by Tessa @ Amazing Asset Posted Mon 10 Oct 2011 4:45am Good Morning and in this case I can say “Happy Monday”… I am celebrating an extended weekend over here at the home front! I hope you are also benefiting from Christopher Columbus coming over in these pasts, proving that the world is not flat, and all of the jazz… err wonderful? Anyway, I have been having a rather glorious weekend thus ... Read on »
Which Voice are You Listening To? by shannoncutts Posted Tue 09 Jul 2013 1:37pm What is the difference - if any - between "I can't" and "I won't"? Our eating disorder will tell us there is no difference. And there isn't, when we are listening to the eating disorder voice, because when we listen to Ed, we are not in charge. We have abdicated our power to Ed, and we no longer retain any power of our own to ponder, to c ... Read on »
Reclaiming my voice by Angela E. Gambrel Posted Sat 10 Jul 2010 8:22pm How do I distinguish between that inner voice which guides each one of us through life and the eating disorder voice which attempts to lead me down the path of self-destruction and death? The two voices are warring within me right now. For four years, I have battled anorexia nervosa and its voice. My fingertips have touched recovery only to ha ... Read on »
Listening to the Voices of Voice Hearers: World Hearing Voices Congress by Ron Unger Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Jun 2012 7:58am It looks like a great event:  The Hearing Voices Network 25 Years On: Learning from the PAST, Practicing in the PRESENT, Visioning the FUTURE.  Cardiff, Wales 19-21 September 2012.   Click here to look at the complete brochure . From the brochure: This year celebrates the 25th anniversary of the formation of the Hearing Voices Moveme ... Read on »