‘size acceptance’

Weight Stigma Awareness Week 2014 Starts Monday!

By Marsha Hudnall on 09/18/2014

Next week marks the third annual Weight Stigma Awareness Week, sponsored by the Binge Eating Disorder Association (of which I am privileged to serve as a board member). Weight Stigma: Judging People By Their Body Size Weight stigma is an insidious yet pervasive problem in today’s world. It comes out of the judgment about body size, the judgment about a […] Read more »

How Well Has Not Liking Yourself Worked So Far?

By Marsha Hudnall on 11/15/2011

Today’s post is another from a blog I wrote for a couple of years ago.  It addresses the subject of size acceptance, and it’s a subject that confounds many of our best efforts.  I often ask women to imagine that after successfully putting a healthy lifestyle in place, they found their weight remained the same. How would they feel?  Would […] Read more »

Dreams of Changing Attitudes

By Marsha Hudnall on 10/04/2010

It's said there's truth in dreams.  My dreams the other night revolved around the question whether it is important to  change our attitudes  before changing our decisions.  I was thinking/dreaming about how it affected our ability to successfully put a healthy lifestyle in place.  Yes, we dietitians have strange dreams.  Or is just me?  :) Regardless, I think there was […] Read more »

How Body Image Concerns Lead to Eating & Weight Worry

By Marsha Hudnall on 03/15/2010

The title of this post might seem a bit elementary. I mean, isn’t it obvious?  On the surface, maybe yes, but Kathy Kater, LICSW, who I had the privilege of hearing speak at the recent Binge Eating Disorder Association conference, talks about it in a way that illuminates the problem so clearly, I thought it worthwhile to share some of […] Read more »

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