Body Acceptance Week SM Posts

Relationships

Videos

Websites

  • T-FFED is a collective of trans/gender diverse folx and allies who believe eating disorders in marginalized communities are social justice issues. We are based in Los Angeles but are honored to have national reach in our trainings, support structures, impact, and eventually our Healing Intensives. We are a young organization (founded in April, 2014) but have a strong team committed to this important work and continuing to increase our capacities and reach!”.
  • Thick Dumpling Skin is a vibrant community for Asian Americans to share and discuss our unhealthy quest, past and present, for the "perfect" body. Our struggles with food & body image are not merely about will power they're social, cultural, and familial.”
  • NAMED is a nationwide professional association committed to leadership in the field of male eating disorders. We aim to provide support for males affected by eating disorders, provide access to collective expertise, and promote the development of effective clinical intervention and research in this population. Please take a few moments to browse our website, take advantage of our resources, and connect with our community.”
  • National Eating Disorder website. There is a lot of information about eating disorders and resources. There is a screening tool for eating disorders on this website as well. Additionally, the website talks about many ways in which you can get involved.
    1. NOTE: On February 26 it is NEDA week, can you post about NEDA week and the website on this date
  • Body scan available by Breathe from Northwestern ( Link will be available soon)
  • February 19th marks the start of Northwestern’s Body Acceptance Week, can you post the body acceptance flyer.

Quotes

  • “Whether you're tall or shorter, or a little bigger, more curves, skinny you just have to be proud of what you have, and everyone is beautiful.  “  - Caroline Wozniacki
  • “How I feel about myself is more important than how I look. Feeling confident, being comfortable in your skin that’s what really makes you beautiful.”     -Bobbi Brown
  • “I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.” -Brené Brown