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How many times have we heard the saying opposites attract? Or had the friend who started dating the person who was the yin to her yang? I often have clients come into my practice who are struggling in a relationship because they feel like their partner is the polar opposite of them and they are… Read More

Many of the clients I work with who struggle with different eating disorders get caught up in the comparison game which significantly impacts their recovery journey. The more we look outward, the less we are looking inward at the work that needs to be done to move ourselves forward. Has comparing ourselves ever really lead… Read More

Often people feel really stuck when it comes to communicating in their relationship. How open should I be? Won't my vulnerability make my partner run for the hills? What does it even mean to share how I am feeling? Another way that communication can fall short is not just how we share how we are… Read More

Do you ever meet those people who are just killing it at life and doing really inspirational things that leave you feeling motivated and more connected to your own personal mission? I must say I had read and heard a lot about Kate before getting the chance to connect with her in person but she… Read More

What if we break up and he is the perfect partner to the next girl? What if she moves on and makes those efforts with her new guy? These fears are some of the most common issues that arise at the end of a relationship and that can often cause someone to hold on longer… Read More

I don't think I have ever met anyone who has an eating disorder or disordered eating who doesn't also struggle with anxiety. The challenge with anxiety is that it is what causes most of our suffering. Anxiety is what drives the obsessive thoughts, it's what fuels the fears about weight and food, it's what makes… Read More

Do you ever wonder if what you are going through is normal? Or if the questions you have about your relationship are common? Often what people are experiencing is more common than it feels like when you’re going through it. People have a hard time talking about what is going on in their relationship and… Read More

School is expensive. Recovery is hard. It is important that when you are trying to do both you have as much support as possible to make it easier on yourself. This is why the Looking Glass Foundation has set up 3 scholarships to help alleviate some of the pressures that many of you may experience… Read More

Often in my practice I prepare my eating disorder clients by letting them know they are about to start climbing mount Everest. I am not sure if you have ever watched a documentary on people who climb Everest but their approach from base camp to the top is very intentional and slow work. It is… Read More

In one of my relationship sessions last week a client asked me how she was to know if her boyfriend was the right one for her. She was worried, as the relationship was getting more serious, that maybe he wouldn’t be the kind of partner she wanted for the rest of her life. He was… Read More