Thank you so much to the Sharing With Sher Show on the Inspired Choices Network for interviewing our founder, Patti Geolat, about the SOMETHING FOR KELLY INC Foundation, which she began in memory of, and to honor her niece, who died as a result of eating disorders. The foundation supports and aids all individualsRead more
“Unfortunately, nobody knew that she was so deep into the disease that we couldn’t pull her out,” she said. Author: Teresa Woodard Published: 5:48 PM CDT May 17, 2018 Updated: 7:02 PM CDT May 17, 2018 DALLAS – You enter one tightly locked door and then another. Then, Patti Geolat must open a large vaultRead more
For a beautiful young woman named Kelly Burk Nobbe, life was promising. She graduated college, married her high school sweetheart, and was always looking for an adventure. “My niece is Kelly. Kelly was taken from us several years ago, about nine years ago, because of anorexia,” Patti Geolat said. Kelly was just one of 8,000,000Read more
The Board of Directors of The Something For Kelly Foundation met with the Center for Discovery in Chicago this week for a new cooperative venture; creating a strategic core curriculum for outreach to educators and health care providers in America.
In today’s society, there is a lot of emphasis placed on appearance, especially on body weight. This contributes negatively to the mindsets of future generations. Most of the time, people push themselves to extremes to attain the unattainable – perfection.
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I did not know much about eating disorders before starting to work for the Something for Kelly Foundation. However, I do know intimately how it feels to obsess over my weight, not like the way that I look, and believe in the inaccurate but persistent idea that I will be happier if I were thinner. Unfortunately, this is a reality that many women know well, and I have yet to meet one who does not feel defined in some way by their appearance.