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Karen R Koenig
7-book international author, educator and psychotherapist for over-eating, emotional eating and weight issues. Tweeting about these topics regularly.
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Karen R Koenig 21h
Finally! A doctor's open apology to those fighting overweight and obesity
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Karen R Koenig Oct 27
Here’s my short tip on mindful eating. Mindful Eating: Experts On Basics You Need To Know
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Karen R Koenig Oct 26
If you’re someone who leans toward believing falsehoods and lies in the news or those spouted from the mouths of ignorant people, you might not like the reason why this might be so. Read my new blog post.
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Karen R Koenig Oct 23
I spend a good deal of clinical time explaining to clients why things they’re doing or people they’re with aren’t good for them. Read my new blog post.
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Karen R Koenig Oct 22
Get fast stress relief in just 5 minutes. This 5-minute meditation routine will calm you down – CNN
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Karen R Koenig Oct 21
Though this article was written for ED therapists, many of you may benefit by reading about how developmental trauma may affect your eating today. Gut Instinct - Eating Disorders Catalogue
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Karen R Koenig Oct 20
Beware of bogus nutritional information. The Importance of Getting it Right: Nutrition Misinformation Can Be Harmful - Eating Disorders Catalogue
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Karen R Koenig Oct 19
Many of my clients describe seeking food when they’re not hungry to put off doing tasks or because they feel anxious that they haven’t done them. Read my new blog post.
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Karen R Koenig Oct 16
Wouldn’t it be awful if you were holding onto having an eating problem—or any other kind, for that matter—as a way to get people to pay attention to and care about you? Read my new blog post.
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Karen R Koenig Oct 15
Don’t underestimate the impact of racism on mental health. At the Crossroads of Racism and Serious Mental Illness: An Expert Roundtable - Psychiatry Advisor
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Karen R Koenig Oct 14
Break up sitting with brief movement. Anyone can do it! This 5-minute midday workout will get you out of your chair – CNN
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Karen R Koenig Oct 13
Does your sleep/wake hour affect how active you are? Whether you are a night owl or early bird may affect how much you move - Baltimore Sun
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Karen R Koenig Oct 12
Once upon a time, the world didn’t hate fat or fat people and dieting wasn’t a $72 billion US industry. Read my new blog post.
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Karen R Koenig Oct 9
Being in Recovery from Binge-Eating Disorder A guest blog by Dustin LindenSmith Read my new blog post.
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Karen R Koenig Oct 8
Interesting takes on higher weight people, from fashion to health. What do you think? The racial origins of fat stigma - CBS News
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Karen R Koenig Oct 7
One more great use for self-compassion. Full text available at: Abstract. According to objectification theory (Fredrickson & Roberts, 1997), being treated as an object leads women to engage in self‐objectification......
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Karen R Koenig Oct 6
Did you know that self-kindness leads to ED recovery? “The Power of Self Compassion to Heal Pandemic Eating”
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Karen R Koenig Oct 5
Many clients with eating disorders report that they were bullied in childhood. Are you one of them? Read my new blog post.
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Karen R Koenig Oct 2
Structure provides mental and emotional freedom. Read my new blog post.
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Karen R Koenig Oct 1
Valuable workout information. How long does it take to build muscle?
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