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I have started compiling resources to help our community navigate body image struggles, anxiety and uncertainty during these challenging times.

In addition to following the recommendations put forward by our health authorities, I want to encourage you to also take care of your mental health. I hope some of the blogs and resources below will help.

Please share this resource list with anyone who might benefit. I will continue to do my best to keep this list up to date. Please contact me if you have additional resources I can add!

The coronavirus and COVID-19 illness situation changes often, so see the following links for accurate information on protecting yourself and staying safe:

  • 5 Pillars of Mindful Living-Living in the pandemic era, many are craving to feel more grounded, calm and at ease among the many feelings of chaos, constant changes and uncertainty. Practicing mindfulness is a tool we can all adopt that is free, accessible at any time and also a long-term strategy to building resilience to life’s ups and downs. Article Here
  • Building Our Inner Calm during Times of Uncertainty- 10 tools and strategies you can add into your every day routine. Together we can put them to work to build our inner calm to tame the thoughts of the unknowns to come. Article Here.
  • Other articles-topics include Fitness Motivation, Core Strength, Body Acceptance, Diet Culture, Goal Setting & More. Article Here.
  • Get your FREE Two-minute meditation Here.
  • If you believe you or another individual is suffering a mental health crisis or other medical emergency, contact your doctor immediately, seek medical attention immediately in an emergency room or call 911.


The Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime offers support, research and education to survivors and stakeholders.
One in three Canadian women will experience some form of sexual violence in her lifetime. In the era of the #MeToo movement, women are encouraged to speak up, speak louder, hold space for one another, begin and continue the process of healing.

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, please call the free, confidential Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime line at 1-877- 232-2610 or visit their website at: crcvc.ca

The information included on this website is not intended as treatment or advice for an eating disorder or any other health condition.
If you are struggling with disordered eating behaviours or believe your health to be in danger, please call a licensed mental health professional or physician as soon as possible.
Support resource: NEDIC (National Eating Disorder Information Center)

“We believe that through open, supportive dialogue, we can help break the shame, stigma and silence that affect nearly 1 million Canadians living with a diagnosable disorder – and the millions of others who are struggling with food and weight preoccupation. “

NEDIC Covid-19 Update

Instant chat is available from 9 am to 9 pm Monday-Thursday and Friday 9 am – 5 pm. Emails will be answered during those hours.

The NEDIC helpline (1-866-NEDIC-20) and 416-340-4156) will be open from 11 am to 7 pm Monday – Thursday and Friday 11 am – 5 pm. All times EST.

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