If you give your kids water first when they ask for a snack, or serve vegetables first so your kids fill up on them, you may be following outdated, harmful advice.
The changes that occur during pregnancy and postpartum can make women feel like their bodies are out of control. That's when eating disorders creep in.
My path to recovery has taken various turns, and now that I'm raising two daughters, there's another twist. How do I keep them, and me, healthy?
When my six-year-old asked me this question, I'd sort of been expecting it. That doesn't mean I was sure how to answer.
I came to expect two things out of life: hard work and rejection. Then I learned that I could survive, and surpass, those blows.