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Tiptoe

central, Virginia
I'm currently recovering from an eating disorder and trying to find my way in life. Follow my blog to learn more about me.
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To tell the truth by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders I recently read Maya Angelou's Letter To My Daughter. The book is a series of lessons based on Aneglou's life experiences which she has found useful. Although she has nev ... Read on »
"Let them eat cake" by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders   Since I am unable to watch House during the week, I like to watch the reruns on the weekends. Some of the cases are quite fascinating. The one I watched last night was ... Read on »
Fountain of youth: a look at HGH by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders   So anyone care to guess how old this man is? Really, take a guess.  This physician, named Jeffrey Life is 69 years old! Do you call this fit or ob ... Read on »
Streaks: healthy or not? by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders The New York Times has an interesting article about a " 30-year running streaker." Dr. Harvey Simon, a 66-year old internal medicine physician in Boston, MA, has been runni ... Read on »
Perceptive illusions of body swapping by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders Awhile back, I posted on some research about the rubber hand illusion. Now, researchers are looking at not only just a limb of the body, but the entire body as a percept ... Read on »
A new look at serotonin by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders The latest issue of the journal Cell has a very interesting report about new findings for bone formation in the body. Researchers at Columbia University learned that bone fo ... Read on »
Should pro-anorexia websites be attirubted to suicide? by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders Ever since the publishing of the Newsweek article about Pro-Anorexia websites moving to Facebook, there has been a lot of discussion about the allowance of these groups on s ... Read on »
Bulimia is a dental disease by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders We all know that eating disorders can wreck havoc on oral health. Bulimia, most notably can take a heavier toll at first symptoms which continue to accumulate further as the ... Read on »
Anyone can have an eating disorder by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders     This was from Postsecret this week. I remember when I was younger and told how could such a smart girl like me ever have an eating disorder or think so harshly ... Read on »
Why is risking difficult? by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders A few weeks ago I wrote in my other blog about my bridge in my mouth coming out after eating Nips. Earlier in the week, I had gone to see my dentist and had the bridge glued b ... Read on »
Raynaud's Syndrome, cold, and eating disorders by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Eating Disorders As the cold season approaches, there have recently been a number of posts on feeling cold. The posts can be read here, here, and here. There's no doubt that those with ea ... Read on »
Recovery musings by Tiptoe Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Today's therapy appt. made me think about recovery and what my goals really are. Sure, it is to be ED-free, but it's not as simple as that. I was telling her about my f ... Read on »