These writers—and their bodies—have a collective message for men and women everywhere about beauty, real life challenges, and acceptance.
Isaac James Baker shares his personal story of how his psychiatric drugs helped to save his life, as he battled anorexia, anxiety and depression.
Why men aren’t the focus of our conversation about eating disorders, but should be.
How we talk and think about weight isn’t just toxic to people who have or have had eating disorders — it’s toxic to everyone.
A chance comment in the toy store got Ty Phillips thinking about how our culture shames women and how he wants his daughters to grow up.
Jenny Kanevsky explains how body shaming hurts whether you hear it from others or do it to yourself.
Teens tear themselves apart over how they look. Wellcast offers five sensible tips to lose the self-criticism and build self-esteem.
On the day of my mother’s funeral, my father had quadruple bypass surgery. It was an odd blessing for my siblings and me.
Billy Procida comes clean about his battles with an eating disorder, and shares how difficult it was to seek help as a man dealing with disordered eating.
An anonymous contributor shares her story of dealing with her ex-boyfriend’s eating disorder, and demonstrates the importance of the need to address such diseases.
November 19 episode focuses on men and body image.
A new article on boys and eating disorders shows that this issue continues to come out of the shadows.
Julia Newman’s dad didn’t know how to deal with her eating disorder. Until the day he was able to help.
Eating disorders are not just a female problem—and neither is sexual harassment. In a new study, the two are linked and, to the surprise of many, men are more likely to suffer from them than women.
Men’s body image problems are no joke. Noah Brand joins a live discussion on the subject tonight.
Danny concludes the Body Image series with a summary.