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Teens tackle Peace through Service at International RYLA conference

...days of leadership development, service learning, hard-hitting social issues-suicide awareness, bullying, eating disorders and healthy choices-Zumba, and nearly sixty high school teens who've never met, yet still said yes to attend...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2013-05-06-2
Dispatch
Addressing 'unspoken struggles'

...keep it in place." Max Mutch, a Kodiak High School student, said he stayed for the presentation over others on eating disorders and bullying because it seemed like the most relevant topic. Mutch said suicide and depression are talked about...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-05-04/addressing-unspoken-struggles
News
Writer: Parenting 101 -- listen more, read less

...even if a book was written directly singling me out, "How To Deal With Your 15-year-old Daughter Who Had an Eating Disorder, Isn't Responsible and You Can't Trust as Far as You Can Throw," wouldn't contain the answers on how help...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/033009/sch_283435347.shtml
Alaska Christian College opens New Hope Counseling Center

...freedom to individuals dealing with issues such as addiction, anxiety, depression, sexual and physical abuse, eating disorders, transitions or substance abuse and encourage people not to wait until they are in crisis to seek assistance. One...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/111009/dis_514893505.shtml
Kenai River Campus celebrates commencement Thursday

...the relationship between media messages and self-image and how these relate to development of poor body image and eating disorders. Stephenie Chaudoir, a PhD candidate from the University of Connecticut, shared her research findings on how self-objectification...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/050907/schools_0509sch001.shtml
Schools
Mental health providers seek to ?bring kids home?

...Alaska, a lack of foster home beds, a lack of specialized services in Alaska for aggressive kids or children with eating disorders and a trend of decreasing grant funds for outpatient services, said Judy Helgeson, a utilization review specialist...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/051407/news_0514new001.shtml
News
Male eating disorders rise amid more focus on body image

...details were typical for an eating disorder. But Jeff Everts might not...Women are more likely to have eating disorders than men. But men can also...are unaware that they have an eating disorder. For example, they may exercise...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/052304/peo_052304hea002001.shtml
People
Writers to converge on Homer

...Father, I Remember You,? her first memoir, talks about the experience. ?I was dealing with incest and an eating disorder and sex addiction. I was too scared to write about myself. Then my parents died within six days of each other. My therapist...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/053107/pulse_0531pul001.shtml
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Celebrate Recovery celebrates first anniversary

...serves anyone with a "hurt, habit or hang up." "That could be anger, it could be codependency, it could be an eating disorder or it could be an addiction - a behavior addiction or a chemical addiction," she said. Although the program meets...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-10-17
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America the Beautiful 2: The Thin Commandments

Opens Wednesday, Oct 12, 2011 Synopsis: Filmmaker Darryl Roberts (The Perfect Model) follows up his 2008 documentary America the Beautiful with this thought-provoking sequel exploring the prospect that being overweight and healthy are not mutually exclusive. Though eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia have traditionally been viewed as women's issues, men are increasingly succumbing to the pressure to be fit and trim as well thanks to magazine models sporting six-pack abs and perfectly sculpted muscles. Could it be that the people we trust most when it comes to health issues - namely doctors, the government and educators - are exacerbating our insecurities about body image instead of giving us a realistic image of what it means to healthy for each individual? And is the BMI scale truly a reliable way to determine what our proper weight should be? Join Roberts as he explores the desperate measures that men and women take in their attempts to maintain a healthy weight, and asks whether it's really all worth it, or just a massive scheme to profit from the unrealistic expectations hoisted upon us by the youth-obsessed beauty industry. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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