About Body Boop

Body Boop’s Mission

Body Boop is a place for people to come together and cheer each other on as they achieve eating disorder recovery goals. By discussing mental illness openly and learning to talk to ourselves and others in respectful ways when it comes to the way we look, we can promote effective change for generations to come.

Body Boop always donates 10% of profits from events and merchandise to eating disorder organizations, to provide support for research efforts and treatment.

Learn more about our events or e-mail mybodyboop@gmail.com to book your own body image workshop.

About Nicole

Nicole Rohr Stephani is a writer in Birmingham, Ala. (formerly Chicago, Ill.). She suffered from anorexia and bulimia for 10 years, completing 3 stints in treatment, before finally entering recovery. To this day, she still deals with more bad body image days than good ones, and realizes she is not alone. In an effort to create a positive community for men and women who are paralyzed by negative body image, Nicole founded Body Boop.

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You can e-mail Nicole anytime at mybodyboop@gmail.com. She’s happy to take your stories, ideas for blog topics, or send you encouragement as you learn to love yourself. Follow Nicole on Twitter at @rohrrr or on Instagram at /nvrohr.

Have a self care product or service you’d like me to review on Body Boop? E-mail me at mybodyboop@gmail.com.

4 Responses to About Body Boop

  1. […] special story of a lovely 28-year old woman, named Nicole. Nicole is a journalist and the author of Body Boop, a website designed to encourage people to be authentic and comfortable with who they are, with a […]

  2. Shallary Boss says:

    Dear Nicole…
    I just noticed you started following me on Instagram. I’m a relatively small-scale social media user, so I was curious about you because I didn’t recognize your name. Anyway, I checked out your website and was so glad to learn a little about you. I have also struggled with an eating disorder for many years, beginning in high school. As an adult, my fight became more important, as there was more to be compromised in life, like jobs, responsibilities, and relationships. Negative body image has, naturally, always gone hand-in-hand with my disease. So, I want to tell you how wonderful I think it is that you are putting your story and your voice out there to inspire and help others. It’s bold and admirable. And you are beautiful. Cheers to you for being a positive, bright light in the world! All the best…
    Shallary

    • Nicole Rohr says:

      Shallary – Thank you so much for this comment. I am so inspired by you, and I do hope that you take away something positive from this site. My therapists have always told me that negative body image is the issue that lingers after an eating disorder, even if one is recovered. Please feel free to reach out to me at mybodyboop@gmail.com anytime. Happy to send you any encouragement or positive energy you might need on a bad body image day. I’m proud of you for speaking up on this comment thread 🙂 Take care of yourself! <3

      Nicole

  3. […] was a year ago that I met writer Nicole Stephani; she was then Nicole Rohr, about to be married. It’s a big day for anyone, but for Nicole, it […]

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