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Sarah Levin, a Colorado-based therapist, uses her past experiences to help others navigate their mental health.

The self-doubt started when she was 11.

As a young track star and figure skater growing up in Philadelphia in the ‘80s, Sarah Levin was acutely aware of her weight and food intake, which manifested into eating disorders in her early twenties.

“When my appendix ruptured at the age of seven, I was in the hospital for a week, and all of the other kids on the ward got fruit loops,” Levin recalled. “I remember feeling, ‘Oh . . .

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