Intentionality in the Midst of Chaos – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Intentionality in the Midst of Chaos – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

How are you holding up? The past two weeks and this next week will go down as having been 3 historic weeks in a row. Three Wednesdays of monumental significance to the United States. In case you’ve blocked it already; Wednesday January 6 – Insurrection Wednesday...
2 Trainings to Support Family Caregivers – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

2 Trainings to Support Family Caregivers – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Happy New Year! Well, we made it through this first week of the new year…I hope you are safe and finding the calm you need to cope with the events in our country and world. I’m here and happy to chat if you just need someone to talk with about all this. I know...
Weight Stigma During Weight Stigma Awareness Week

Weight Stigma During Weight Stigma Awareness Week

On the plus side (see what I did there?) I love irony. 😉  As Maya Angleou said, “When we know better, we do better.” As a teen, I bought the belief that being thin was important and dieting, food restriction and exercise to compensate for what I ate were what I should...
How Caregivers Can Use Values to Make Decisions, by Becky Henry, CPCC

How Caregivers Can Use Values to Make Decisions, by Becky Henry, CPCC

“Who do you be?” That is a question most coaches are familiar with even though it is improper English. Gaining clarity on who we are and what matters to us gives us insight into not only ourselves but gives us insight and clarity on our values. What does this have to...
Adapting to Living with Eating Disorders During a Pandemic, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Adapting to Living with Eating Disorders During a Pandemic, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Learning to live in the new reality of having a child with an eating disorder is a process of acceptance that takes a while. And doing that in the middle of a worldwide pandemic adds extra layers of complications and distress to your already mile high cake of chaos....
Radical Acceptance for Parents of those with Eating Disorders, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Radical Acceptance for Parents of those with Eating Disorders, by Becky Henry, CPCC

It’s especially difficult to accept what is when we don’t like what the reality is. Our world is currently giving us plenty of examples every day of difficult realities to accept.  Dozens of opportunities arise to practice this acceptance when we are the family member...