in their daughter's self-worth
-- Increased awareness among mothers of how their own views of identity
and beauty are impacting their daughters
-- An increased sense of health, well-being and purpose among girls and
Over the years, Remuda and FINDINGbalance have noted common themes
among disordered eaters -- whether they are overweight, underweight or in
between. They include:
-- Food and weight obsessions
-- Social isolation
-- Body hatred
-- Broken and dysfunctional relationships
-- Low self worth
The True Campaign seeks to reach the millions of girls and women struggling in these areas, freeing them to live richer, more fulfilling lives.
"This campaign is about pulling people together and starting a movement aimed at changing the culture," adds Stewart. "It requires time, talent and treasure, pooled together by everyday people who want to be a part of something bigger than themselves."
The campaign's Web site, http://www.truecampaign.org, features videos of real women, not actors, getting honest about their struggles with eating and body image. Additional resources, activities and information about how to be a part of the campaign can be found there as well.
"Together, we can make a difference," said Rhodes. "We know that amazing things can happen when silent pain becomes public in a positive, healing way. This campaign dreams of that silence being broken."
About Remuda Programs for Eating Disorders
Remuda Programs for Eating Disorders offers Christian inpatient and
residential treatment for women and girls of all faiths suffering from an
eating disorder. Each patient is treated by a multi-disciplinary team
including a Psychiatric and a Primary Care Provid
|SOURCE Remuda Programs for Eating Disorders|
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