I sat down with supermodel Carol Alt on her show, “A Healthy You”
Let’s try to be more empathetic to the struggles and differences of others and not prop ourselves up for a laugh at their expense. If you can’t be that, try harder just to keep your mouth shut.
Brian Cuban spoke recently about being a grown man with bulimia and anorexia nervosa; about the shock it elicits when he brings up his diagnoses, and the childhood relationships and family dynamics that fostered them.
Like many boys in the ‘Burgh, Brian Cuban idolized Roberto Clemente and played on a Little League team as an adolescent. The Mt. Lebanon native cherishes the memory of hitting a grand slam in his first game.
My 27-year journey struggling with anorexia and bulimia started when I was 18 years old and a freshman at Penn State University. At 45, recovery finally began.
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Be the voice of reason and ethics in the plastic surgery profession. Save a life by putting down the knife.
Through years fo therapy and self exploration I have learned that I am not a dumb bunny. Neither are you. You are loved. If you are engaging in self-harm, reach out and let the people who love you, help you.
There is support during the holidays. There is support every other day. If you are ashamed and worried about the stress and, guilt of this time of year. Seek out those who love you. Seek out those who have bee where you are. We are out there. We are ready to help.