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Image by David Helm

Image by David Helm

Sunday March 12, 2017

When putting a face to your 'invisible illness' hides it even more

Sonia Seguin spoke on CBC's "Out in the Open" with Piya Chattopadhyay

The face of eating disorders is often characterized as a young, thin, white woman.

But what happens when you don't fit that stereotype?

For Tyson Busby and Sonia Seguin, it made it really hard to get better.


Image by Brian Whitmore

Image by Brian Whitmore

January 23, 2017

Body Brave

Feature in The Point- A Publication of the Crown Point Community Planning Team

Weight, appearance, diets—these are issues we’ve all probably thought about at some point. For some, however, these concerns become a preoccupation that can threaten mental and physical health. Eating disorders constitute a spectrum that includes anorexia, binge eating, and bulimia.


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Involving Parents in Eating Disorder Recovery

An Interview with Sonia Seguin of Body Brave

By More-Love.org, Nov 21, 2016

Sonia Seguin, who is 5 years recovered from an eating disorder, founded Body Brave to support eating disorder recovery. Body Brave offers peer support, psychotherapy, yoga, meditation and other mind and body methodologies. We interviewed Sonia to find out more about how she went through her eating disorder and how she believes parents can and should be involved in the healing process.

More-Love.org is dedicated to supporting parents who have children with eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia, orthorexia, binge eating disorder and the many other iterations of ED. Parenting a child who is going through an eating disorder can be challenging, but your love and support of your child can be the critical element that helps him or her heal.