The other week, I sent [redacted] an email asking her, in all caps, WHY, WHYYYY I ever go to Blisstree? So often that site is a miasma of body-negative, food-freaked-out bleh that I just can't even go there. (And yet, I do.)
However, here's a piece there that really, for me at least, gets it right:
How To Cope With Holiday Weight and Eating Stress... Without Triggering An Eating Disorder Relapse
Non-AP capitalization style aside, this is finally a Blisstree piece to which I am happy to direct some traffic. Doubtless that fact is buoyed by the author's being in recover herself. Regardless, it's short, sweet, and written in accessible yet not dumbed-down language.
Something else about it that specifically stands out: the piece outright discusses purging, which so much ED-related media doesn't. Anorexia being the daintier disease (in popular culture, at least), bulimia and the other disorders that typically involve purging are sort of the ugly stepchildren (despite the fact that their sufferers are much more numerous).
And I definitely second the suggestion to audit the media you consume over the holidays, though frankly, even at this experienced stage, that hadn't really occurred to me.
Anyway, give it a read, if you like. It's stamped Cynical Nymph Approved.