Navigating Through Vulnerability

Navigating Through Vulnerability

By Alyssa Newman, PsyD, Staff Psychologist, Creighton University Student Counseling Services Our world the last couple of months has been difficult, to say the least—social distancing, cancellations of major events, having to self-quarantine, financial strains etc. We...
Nourish versus Nurture

Nourish versus Nurture

By Krista Godfrey MS, RD, LMNT | Life Cycle Nutrition LLC When we are babies, we have this inherent ability of knowing when we’re hungry and knowing when we’re full; and, generally, this is honored by our caregivers. As we grow and develop food can start to be used as...

Blame vs. Responsibility in ED Care

By: Aimee Hollendieck I have a client who makes really good book recommendations. One day she emailed me telling me about a book that I would most likely be interested in. When she wrote the title of the book, I knew without a shadow of a doubt that this would be my...

Support NEDN Through Your Holiday Shopping

Support NEDN Through Holiday Shopping The Nebraska Eating Disorder Network (NEDN) has almost made it through its first calendar year.  In this first year, we are grateful for the overwhelming support we have received which has allowed us to finalize our not-for-profit...

7 Tips to Surviving the Holiday Season

By:  Denisa Larreau, LMHP Not all portions are created equal.  Just because someone is in charge of cutting up the portions or dishing the plates, does not mean you have to have the same as everyone else in the room.  Take what feels right for you and don’t look back....