The HAES Files
by Dawn Clifford Ugh. Dieting season. A tiring time in the life of a HAES advocate. Coming off the holidays, we may have very few sanity points saved up. With every… Read More »Speak Up! Finding Your Fit in HAES Advocacy
by Tiana Dodson Each January, we celebrate the legacy of an amazing man, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He stood up and protested, nonviolently against the racism and injustice… Read More »Self Love, Hats and MLK: Let’s Protest!
by Sara Connell Please be aware this piece includes descriptions of bullying as well as eating disorder behaviors which may be triggering for some. Some language notes: “transgender” refers to… Read More »WARNING: This Post is High in Trans Fat (May Contain Nuts).
by Kimber Simpkins It’s thanks to my yoga practice that I landed in the lap of the Health at Every Size® (HAES) movement and philosophy. Who would have guessed that… Read More »Yoga as Fertile Ground for the HAES Paradigm to Grow
by Jessica Andersen and Ashley Simon of My Body Does Living in the United States, it is clear that anyone and everyone has a right to women’s bodies – sometimes more of… Read More »I am free to have a body that is unique to me
by Julie Norman, BS, E-RYT I came to know body peace and recovered from an eating disorder long before I ever struck a pose, saw a therapist, or journaled. However when… Read More »Body Peace, World Peace: Freeing Ourselves and Each Other Through Yoga
by Jes Baker Note: This is a modified excerpt from Jes Baker’s upcoming book Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls, out October 27, 2015. The majority of opinions about… Read More »Weight Isn’t the Real Problem – Weight Biased Healthcare IS
by Marsha Hudnall, MS, RD As I write this post, I am set to turn 66 in five days. And I didn’t want to go to the doctor last week… Read More »Fighting the Good Fight Against Weight Stigma: Start with Yourself