Living With Your Body

From disordered eating to body image to trauma

Seeing You in My Mirror

One day last week, between wrapping and opening presents, chopping vegetables, and rushing kiddos here and there, I saw myself in the mirror. “So what,” you might be thinking. Most of us look in a mirror at least a few of times a day. But this time, I looked in the mirror and something amazing happened. Read More

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Emily K. Sandoz, Ph.D., is assistant professor of psychology at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.


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