a woman struggles with symptoms of binge eating disorder

Symptoms of Binge Eating Disorder in Women

Both addiction and eating disorders have high rates of relapse if not treated properly. If you think you or a loved one are struggling with an eating disorder, like binge eating, recognizing the symptoms and realizing help is needed are the first steps towards getting the proper treatment and achieving recovery. At Crossroads, this means…

managing your eating disorder during thanksgiving can be tricky

Managing your Eating Disorder During Thanksgiving

If you’re in recovery from an eating disorder, holidays, particularly Thanksgiving, can be challenging. Attending parties and dinners with family may cause you emotional distress and severe amounts of anxiety. Because there are excessive amounts of alcohol and food, and everyone around them is obsessed with consuming these substances, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed. You…

a woman finds success in an IOP for eating disorders

Reasons to Seek an IOP for Eating Disorder Recovery

Before any treatment for an eating disorder can begin, it is essential to understand what the individual challenges, symptoms, and effects of the individual’s eating disorder are. There are various levels of treatment. Fortunately, a trained eating disorder counselor can guide clients to the right eating disorder treatment program for them. Crossroads offers residential and…

a woman struggles with the effects of binge eating disorder

How Does Binge Eating Disorder Affect the Body?

Binge eating is the most common eating disorder in the United States. Without the proper treatment, the chances of relapse are very high. The key lies in individualized treatment, which offers a custom plan for each woman seeking treatment, addressing the needs unique to her. At Crossroads, we offer women’s binge eating disorder treatment in…

eating disorders in women can cause a rift in relationships

How to Talk to Your Partner About Your Eating Disorder

Dealing with an eating disorder is not easy on your own. Involving your partner can give you the added support you need. First, however, it’s essential to talk with them honestly and openly about it. Simply admitting to your partner that you have an eating disorder can be the biggest hurdle you have to get…

a busy woman benefits from outpatient addiction treatment

Addiction Treatment for a Busy Woman’s Schedule

In a perfect world, those battling addiction would be able to drop everything and seek the treatment they need. But that’s not the reality for most, especially women. Thankfully, many addiction treatment centers offer intensive outpatient programs (IOP) so that busy women can get the treatment they need and still maintain a sense of normalcy…