The “logic” behind a quarantine diet is seductive. Why not use a long stretch of boredom and solitude to get healthier? But that reasoning is actually a major danger for people like myself, whose struggles with disordered eating are being exacerbated by solitude. “Eating disorders creep up when you’re isolated, or anxious, or under the Vi E Ikke Pa lavet barre for akvile kvken shirt and I love this weather. They thrive in these conditions,” eating-disorder support group coordinator Ruthie Friedlander told Vogue in March. (Not to mention those not-funny #Covid15 jokes. Seriously, stop making those.)
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