Tuesday, 25 April 2017 18:08

A Letter To Myself

Dear Jan at 45

I am the 62 old you writing to encourage and give you the hope that you desperately need. I know your pain. You believe incorrectly that after purging every day for 25 years and now starving yourself that your life is hopeless - I know what you are praying for – A normal life - Not that you know what that is but you would sure like to have it. I am here to tell you that your life ahead will not be normal. It will be so much better than that. It will be amazing.

Monday, 24 April 2017 14:01

What I Would Say To My Former Self

You do not have to run anymore. You don’t need to be ashamed or afraid. You are finding your voice and discovering that you are more than enough. You DESERVE to be loved, appreciated and accepted.
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 14:05

What I Wish I Had Known Then…

A Letter to The Person You Were Before Eating Disorder Recovery

Many women who have achieved long-term eating disorder recovery tell us that Remuda Ranch at The Meadows was the first place where they truly began their transformation.

By Deirdre Stewart, The Meadows Director of Trauma Resolution Services

The Brain Center at Remuda Ranch at The Meadows opened less than a month ago. It sits high above and looks out onto the gorgeous Sonoran Desert. Its beautiful views and natural, peaceful setting provide an optimal environment for healing, restoration, quieting of the nervous system, and finding a connection back to the self.

By James D. “Buck” Runyan, Remuda Ranch at the Meadows Executive Director

When a person is found to have a problem such as diabetes, there are quick reactions from family and professionals to treat the affected person with a sense of urgency. Diet, exercise, proper sleep, stress reduction and medications are all implemented within a short period of time with the hope of limiting the consequences of a poorly functioning or non-functioning pancreas.

By Noah Smith

Anxiety affects millions of Americans, and adults aren’t the only ones who live with it; children and teens struggle to cope with nervous conditions and mood disorders such as depression, too. For teenagers, anxiety can be difficult to cope with because it affects their performance at school, their relationships, and their social lives.

The practice of treating eating disorders has become more complicated in the last few years. Recent research has shown that a variety of factors can influence an individual’s development of an eating disorder.

This week is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. In a special section of USA Today, National Eating Disorder Association CEO Claire Mysko advocates for awareness and action:

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 15:40

I Might Have An Eating Disorder: What Do I Do?

The moment when you recognize your eating behaviors have gotten out of control can be followed by intense fear and uncertainty. Will I need treatment? Where will I go? What will happen during treatment?

By Hailey Meyer

Eating disorders are about so much more than physical appearance or a desire to lose weight. They are about fear, feelings of inadequacy, crippling anxiety, and an overpowering voice in your head constantly telling you you're not good enough.

Our staff have an expert understanding in both in-network and out-of-network benefits:

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