Recent events can feel overwhelming.
Our brains and bodies respond automatically to perceived threat, mobilizing energy to try and fight off the threat or to run away. Some of us will be able to use this energy to find a way to take action in response to these tragedies, and others of us may not. We may feel overwhelmed or we may instead disconnect or feel immobilized. Whatever our response, we need not judge it. Instead, the following steps may support us in moving safely through our automatic responses:
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At The Emily Program, we passionately strive to increase eating disorder awareness, provide personalized care, and support lifetime recovery. If you've ever wondered how you can support our mission, there are plenty of ways to get involved! Here are a few ideas: