Let it be known to the world what you think when you think it and with a reasonable explanation of why you think it . Some believe that no explanations are needed, but I believe that to be wrong. Distorted thinking captures the most perfect idea and embeds it into the brain over factual evidence. … Read More You think too much.
Now a new study from Columbia University has identified for the first time what’s going on in the brain when anorexics make a decision about what to eat. By using fMRIs, the researchers found that when they decide what food to eat, people with anorexia are engaging a part of the brain that is associated… Read More One Day
After 3 years, I am turning back to you. Because reading your words, and your thoughts, and your process of struggle has helped me to realize that I need to hear what you have to say more than ever. —————————– I worry often that I’m losing it. I have built myself up and pushed my… Read More Resurrection
I have lived without thinking of my eating disorder for a while. I have pushed it to the very depths of my mind, and I’m not quite sure why I have decided to pull it forth tonight. I have held it before me and stared into it’s crystal-y gaze and admire it’s endless depth. Because… Read More Question For The World
Altered neural circuitry may lead to anorexia and bulimia. I have become completely fascinated by the new research that is coming out about the link between appetite receptors in the brain and anorexia/bulimia. What I hope to find out more is if the disorder is something we are born with, or if our brains… Read More Altered neural circuitry may lead to anorexia and bulimia