While many of us look forward to celebrating this traditionally exciting time with close family and friends, others–including those who struggle with mental illnesses like eating disorders–may experience stress, anxiety and/or depression.

Join Aly Raisman and Walden Behavioral Care as we refocus the narrative of the holidays back to what the season is meant to represent: togetherness and the power of giving.

How YOU can get involved:

1). Share this Facebook post and/or Re-Tweet this
2). Tag 3 friends that are gifts to you
3). Use the hashtag #YouAreAGift

Help us to spread the gift of joy now through the end of 2016 : )

Happy Holidays!

If you or someone you love is struggling with disordered eating this holiday season, we’re here to help.