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The Eating Recovery Center Blog features frequent updates concerning Eating Recovery Center (ERC), our eating disorder treatment methods and programs, and upcoming meetings and events to help provide patients, families, professionals, and alumni alike with the information they need to understand their condition and enter on a path to long-lasting recovery.

October 07, 2016
My daughters have been my biggest teachers of what it means to respect our bodies. I see their unabashed sense of self and how it relates to the body, and I nurture their respect by nurturing my body. Because of this respect, I have a new found love for my body.
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DocumentTags: #recoverywednesdays, alumni, families, patients, "robyn cruze"
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August 09, 2016
Unable to step away from all the work on your plate? ERC's Robyn Cruze explains how her vacation helped her find a new perspective on life.
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DocumentTags: #recoverywednesdays, alumni, "robyn cruze"
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June 02, 2016
Shame is an important, and often neglected, emotion that is present in many patients with eating disorders. This is especially true in patients who strive for perfection and feel they are far below the standards that they have imposed on themselves or perceive to have been imposed upon them.
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DocumentTags: #recoverywednesdays, #therapythursday, "aimee keith", alumni, patients, "symptoms & signs"
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February 12, 2016

 National Recovery Advocate and online community manager for Eating Recovery Center Robyn Cruze shares how she doesn't diet while in recovery from her eating disorder. In fact, she discourages diets for most eating disorder patients. 

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DocumentTags: #foodforthoughtfriday, #recoverywednesdays, alumni, patients, "robyn cruze"
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February 03, 2016
Being recovered is when we reach the point of not only questioning eating disorders but also questioning our culture’s definition of what it means to be beautiful and worthy. Recovery is owning our passion, power, and purpose. Beauty and the desire for it are not excluded, but those things are not the soul of recovery either. From Robyn Cruze the National Recovery Advocate and online community manager for Eating Recovery Center.
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DocumentTags: #recoverywednesdays, "robyn cruze", "signs & symptoms"
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