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Thin Enough? The Athlete’s Dangerous Secret

Following up on the recent bravery of Michigan State University standout runner Rachele Schulist, I want to share my story too, because I think it’s important for all of us who’ve dealt with body image issues to speak up– and … Continue reading

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“It Is What It Is” and Second Chances

I know it’s been over a week since I last posted, but I just wanted to begin by saying that I have not forgotten about this blog. In fact, I’ve been thinking about what to write nearly every day because … Continue reading

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A Glimpse of Where I Am Now

It feels like it’s been a long grieving process; like a part of me was dying slowly before my eyes for the past few years and I had to watch it unfold. I just couldn’t let her go. No matter … Continue reading

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On your mark…

I cannot say starting this blog is easy, but something within prompts me to share what I’ve been hiding for too long. Something tells me I need to look back at my food log from more than a year ago … Continue reading

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