I have no idea where the month of November went. It was Halloween and then I realized today that Thanksgiving is next week! That means it’s time for one of my most favorite posts, the call for Thanksgiving questions!
Thanksgiving is a really hard holiday for a lot of people.
For people who are newly recovering from an eating disorder it can be tough. For obese patients, the thought of having to face all that food is enough to make them want to skip the holiday altogether. For binge eaters, who are in an already stressful situation, they just want to hide out in the kitchen eating. For a patient with an eating disorder who is not in treatment, it can be an incredibly uncomfortable situation. For parents of a child with an eating disorder, the thought of having all that food on the table and the person not eating can make them livid. I could go on and on. But I won’t.
Instead, I want to hear from you. What is your concern about Thanksgiving? Do you have a specific question? I’d love to hear from you. I’m compiling questions to answer in a blog post right before Thanksgiving. My goal is provide some tools to manage the holiday.
Also, I’m happy to answer cooking questions! And I want to hear what you are making to share with family and friends!
So, please tweet me your questions @drrenae, send me an email at email@example.com with the subject Turkey Time, or message me on Facebook. All questions will remain anonymous. I’ll post my answers on Tuesday November 21st, 2017.
I promise, with a little courage from you asking the questions, and me giving you the tools, this Thanksgiving will be different. Because you’ll be prepared. Let’s face the fear before we sit down at the table.
Dr. J. Renae Norton is a clinical psychologist, specializing in the outpatient treatment of eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder (BED), as well as obesity.
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