Dispel judgement, debunk the myths and correct the misconceptions you hold about eating disorders.

saskia hdlt25 days ago
The Reality of Anorexia
Recently, I realised how many people are oblivious to the harsh reality of an eating disorder. People only see what sufferers put online and more often than not, what we see on social media isn’t an a...
Natalie C..a month ago
Eating Disorder Awareness
Eating disorders affect millions of people all over the world today. There are many different types but the main ones include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and also binge eating disorders. All of...
Alexandra 2 months ago
It's Time to Fly
On long car rides I play a game where I try to see how many different license plates I can find. After many years, I’ve memorized what each state license plate says. New Hampshire is my favorite: "Liv...
Bekah Boudreau2 months ago
Travelling with Anorexia
The title of this article may seem intriguing, may seem taboo, may even seem fake, and I hate all of those assumptions. The title "traveling with anorexia" should be just as out of the ordinary as "tr...
Jacqueline Smith2 months ago
Do You Suspect an Eating Disorder?
Does your child have an eating disorder? Is your child beginning to withdraw or act strangely? Has your child stopped spending time with friends? Is your child eating differently, more or less? Is you...
Alexandra Eismont3 months ago
My Life Through Disordered Eating
It has taken 23 years for me to admit that I have an extremely disordered relationship with food. Follow me through my stages of coping, and finally learning to give my body what it needs, real food.
Allie Shawe3 months ago
My History with Food
The long and the short of how my relationship with food progressed throughout my life. The ups and downs of how mental health and food are related.
Yasmin K.3 months ago
Food Anxiety
Have you ever gone to pay for your food shop and worried about how much you bought in comparison to other shoppers? Or maybe when you go out for a meal, you worry about what people think of you for ea...
Alyssa Holley3 months ago
Words Will Never Hurt Me?
Remember that little saying growing up, "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me?" We all use to say it as a way to comfort ourselves from bullies. It was a way of saying "Ha...
Renee Quailey4 months ago
Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders – What can be done? Eating disorders are, for the sufferer, painful and isolating. They can make an individual feel miserable in their own skin, lower their self-confidence, and make ...
Brittany Farquhar4 months ago
The Power of Words
Growing up, I was a team player, a go-getter, a competitive little kid, with dreams and ambitions. I didn’t care about my weight, nor did I grasp the concept of “fat” or “skinny.” I just simply lived ...
Mina LeAnn4 months ago
10 Symptoms Nobody Told You About Eating Disorders
With eating disorders, there are a few symptoms and actions that are talked about quite frequently, such as weight loss, purging, and food restriction. However, there are many more habits and symptoms...
Meg Sarai4 months ago
10 Tips Toward Eating Disorder Recovery
If you're reading this, chances are you or someone you love has an eating disorder and you are looking to find some secret formula for a lasting recovery. Well, I hate to break it to you, but there is...
My Fight with Anorexia
One of my least favorite childhood memories took place in middle school (I believe I had just reached the tail end of the 6th grade) during gym class. An interesting thing about my middle school was t...
I Have an Eating Disorder
Depression and anxiety have been my main focus on what to fix and talk about in therapy; however, this year I've finally told people of my eating disorder.
Woman vs. Food
"If you're going through Hell, keep going" —Winston Churchill
Natalie C..6 months ago
Struggling with an ED
Stepping on the scale and seeing the numbers start to go up. That is the day my life started to change. It was raining outside and the house was silent, except for the classical music playing within. ...
Emily Nichols6 months ago
The Silent Struggle
I lost the things I enjoyed most during the height of my eating disorder. I was a writer. I used to be praised by my English and literature teacher for my writing skills in high school, but when my ea...