Eating Disorder Resources

“Can we talk?” An eating disorder information series.

I think I have an eating disorder.

Worried you or someone you love might be experiencing an eating disorder? Not sure about the definition of an eating disorder or some of the more common types? This post is for you!

Eating Disorders & other mental illnesses.

Although this post focuses mainly on Anorexia Nervosa and co-morbid conditions, there is a lot of cross-over. Bulimia can co-exist with anorexia, while both can co-exist with depression, OCD, and other mental illnesses.

Advice for others.

Helping a sibling with an eating disorder.

Do you know how to cope with a sibling’s eating disorder? How can you also protect yourself?

How to help a friend with an eating disorder.

Finding ways to help our friends can be difficult. Especially when it comes to an eating disorder of any kind.

How to help students with eating disorders.

How can education providers identify a possible eating disorder in students, and how can they offer support?

The importance of early intervention for eating disorder recovery.

Eating Disorders are preventable illnesses with early and appropriate intervention. With that being said, many are still dying from eating disorders every year.

Seasonal Help.

Eating Disorders At Christmas.

The holidays can be a very difficult time for many. With the ever-looming presence of food, it can be made even worse for those with eating disorders.

Maintaining recovery during troubling times.

How are you coping with the current COVID-19 crisis? Do you have any of your own routines or tips for coping with the isolation of COVID-19 quarantine?

Other Help.

How to maintain recovery after discharge.

Maintaining recovery after discharge from services can be a monumental task. To go from a stable, secure environment, back to reality is without a doubt daunting. But sticking to the plan and maintaining recovery is possible with the right approach.

Tips for dining out in recovery.

For those of you starting your journey, or supporting someone with their journey, here are five tips for dining out in recovery.

Further resources coming soon.