Tag "Dr. Susan Sugerman"

Eating Disorders 101: When Eating Habits Become Unhealthy

On the surface, it seems simple – everyone has to eat.  However, our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors about eating can be the difference between life and death.  Balanced eating and exercise ought to lead to healthy outcomes, but too often,

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Everyday Bullying

“It’s all fun and games until someone posts a video…” by Dr. Susan Sugerman and Sierra Sanchez, MSSW | Contributors The anxiety about where to sit at lunch on the first day of school is enough to turn the stomachs

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Finding the Right Kind of Balance

  by Dr. Susan Sugerman | Contributor We live in a fairly privileged, relatively low-stress time in history, at least in terms of our day-to-day lives as Americans.  Though there are definite exceptions, many of us don’t spend a lot

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Too Sexy Too Soon?

From a very early age, our children are bombarded with graphic messages about sexiness. From the clothing marketed to pre-teens to video games, music and the media, our children get the message that being “cool” means being sexy. By Dr.

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Dear Parents of Young Men…

  by Dr. Kwabena Blankson | Contributor You and your son may not know this, but in the next romantic relationship he is in, he is (statistically speaking) more likely to be a perpetrator of violence than the victim. How

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Yes, You Will Love Her: Playwright Linda Daugherty

Linda Daugherty began her theatre career as an actress on Broadway, but when the young mom moved to Texas in 1983, she found her passion for writing screenplays about real life issues. Bless Cricket, Crest Toothpaste, and Tommy Tune in

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