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Surviving A Pandemic With An Eating Disorder

TW: If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder, please call the National Eating Disorder Helpline at (800) 931–2237.

As the New York Times helped me remember last week, “There Is Plenty of Food in the Country.” Experts believe that it is not a quantity problem we’re experiencing currently, but a distribution problem. With a near-total national lockdown and a…

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Leigh Huggins

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Professional writing coach, copywriter, and editor. https://leighhuggins.com | LinkedIn @Leigh-Huggins

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