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FORGE welcomes Anole Halper to our Team

FORGE welcomes Anole Halper to our Team

FORGE welcomes Anole Halper to our Team May 21, 2019 FORGE is pleased to announce the addition of Anole Halper, MSW, MPH to our staff as Creative Content Coordinator, increasing our capacity to educate and engage the public. Anole (pronouns: they/them/theirs) will...

Coping with Traumatic Anniversaries: A Toolkit

Coping with Traumatic Anniversaries: A Toolkit

In the last blog post, we talked about ways to think about and use traumatic anniversaries. Here we offer a toolkit of other useful coping strategies. Create new seasonal associations: Much of what the brain does is create associations between one experience/memory...

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Transgender youth are more likely than non-trans youth to have an eating disorder because of discrimination, stigma, and trauma.

Survivors are particularly at risk.

For #NEDAwareness, this is another reminder that trans youth deserve not only the best care, but a just, safe world in which to live. 💖 #ComeAsYouAre

[Image: On the diagonal, the image is divided between yellow (most of the image) and purple (the bottom right corner). On the dividing line is a photograph of a fork. Large text in the yellow, resting on the fork, says “trans youth are much more likely to have an eating disorder” and smaller text in the purple says “than non-trans youth.” The FORGE logo is in the bottom right corner.]
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Transgender youth are more likely than non-trans youth to have an eating disorder because of discrimination, stigma, and trauma. 

Survivors are particularly at risk. 

For #NEDAwareness, this is another reminder that trans youth deserve not only the best care, but a just, safe world in which to live. 💖 #ComeAsYouAre

[Image: On the diagonal, the image is divided between yellow (most of the image) and purple (the bottom right corner). On the dividing line is a photograph of a fork. Large text in the yellow, resting on the fork, says “trans youth are much more likely to have an eating disorder” and smaller text in the purple says “than non-trans youth.” The FORGE logo is in the bottom right corner.]
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