Girls and Eating Disorders...and Moms // with Ashley Carpentier
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Ashley Carpentier shares her insights and advice for parents when it comes to eating disorders, body image, healthy relationships with food, self talk, and role modeling.

Ashley covers:

  • Myths about eating disorders
  • Signs of a possible eating disorder
  • Why to avoid the word "diet"
  • Healthier approaches to food
  • What parents can do to support their daughters

To learn more about Ashley Carpentier and her work:

  • Visit
  • Instagram: @ashleyranaecarpentier
  • FB: www.
  • Ashley also recently published her Self-Care Journal! The Self-Care Journal simplifies taking care of yourself so you can incorporate the practices daily. The journal provides space to process your daily routines including: self-care activities and times, tracking emotions, food, and movement. Self-Care ideas are included. The simpler the self-care, the more we can take care of ourselves. Let's revolutionize self-care!

If an eating disorder is affecting you or someone you care about,  please seek out support and additional information.  There are organizations that are ready and willing to help.

The National Eating Disorders Association has many resources at  Call or text the NEDA Helpline at 800-931-2237 for support, resources, and treatment options for yourself or a loved one. Helpline volunteers are trained to help you find the support and information you need.

Here's a list of other organizations that help individuals struggling with eating disorders, as well as provide support for families and caregivers.

Know Them, Be Them, Raise Them

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