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How Blaming The Media For Eating Disorders Is Bad For People Who Have Eating Disorders

Here's an analogy: Eating disorders are to dieting as depression is to sadness, or anxiety to stress. Like she says, note the difference. There is a relationship to the media in all of these, but it's not what you think. This is a tricky concept, so focus in on what she says at 1:40.

How Blaming The Media For Eating Disorders Is Bad For People Who Have Eating Disorders
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A gut-wrenching story shared by a Yosemite park ranger shows why it's so important for people to be mindful of surrounding wildlife.

Yosemite is a 750,000-acre national park that occupies four separate counties in northern California.

Last week, the national park shared the first-hand account of a park ranger who took care of the body of a dead bear cub that was struck by a car. Sadly, the ranger says that it happens far too often in Yosemite. "I try to remember how many times I've done this now and, truthfully, I don't know. This is not what any of us signs up for, but it's a part of the job nonetheless," the ranger wrote.

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