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Marci Evans Nov 6
Eating disorders are not about vanity, and they are not a choice.
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Jessica Hughes-Nind 1h
Call on the Government to end the wait for treatment for adults
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AnorexiaBulimiaCare Nov 7
"A person can be anorexic at any size. Denying that means denying sufferers the help they so desperately need." via
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Melainie Rogers, RD 1h
Looking forward to joining on behalf of at 3:30pm EST for their Chat - "Sick Enough: Understanding the Complications of " with Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED
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Nicole, compassion always wins 🖤 30m
It really annoys me when people think / is a heavily guarded secret in Google, only accessible to the elite or those with Reality check, it’s right here! Spreading quickly across Social Media platforms, in front of our faces. It’s normalised now.
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Caroline Price 3h
Excited to be presenting Frontline Conference next week! 🤓 We’ve added breakout sessions this year, covering topics such as the difficult transition between CAMH’s & adult services 🙌🏻 Don’t miss out! Get your ticket now! ➡️
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Libero Magazine 7m
Making Summer Your Own in Eating Disorder Recovery
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Alliance for EDA 41m
Tammy Beasley, RD, CEDRD from presenting on “Healing the Body and Brain Trapped in the Cycle of or -eating” at Training on
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Stephen Anderson 11h
Last day working at the today after almost 4 years. Have enjoyed working with the team there and being involved in the important work of the Commission. Hope to still be involved in your work and wish all the best when he takes up post
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Tatiana Ali 15h
I am doing a research project on eating disorders for my psychology class. If you have had any type of eating disorder, please take this survey: (It is completely anonymous)
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GamblingCARE 24m
on the prevalence of an in those seeking treatment for found 11.5% of participants had both conditions. These participants more frequently, had more irrational gambling beliefs & were more impulsive
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Jenni Schaefer Nov 7
Despite jaw-dropping statistics, the tragic & nearly universal reality for those w/ is that they often believe they aren’t sick enough to warrant changing their behaviors or seeking help.- Sick Enough WIN SIGNED COPY!
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Julia Winstone 23h
Urgent: please support and in calling on government to overhaul the approach to . We need earlier intervention, focus on mental health, improved training and mandatory waiting times. , and end the stigma!
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anorexiamakesmecold Nov 12
That thing when your friend doesn’t know you have an eating disorder but they totally know you have an eating disorder.
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Food Psych Podcast Nov 11
Latest episode! counselor Melissa Carmona discusses how her Latinx roots shaped her relationship w/ food, discrimination & the desire to fit in, how food insecurity can trigger binge eating, & so much more. Check it out:
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Eating Disorder Hope 5h
Got questions? We've got insights. On , host interviews experts in the field of & to dig-in to the latest ideas, dispel myths & fallacies, and offer hope & practical tools for recovery. Watch here!
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AnorexiaBulimiaCare 3h
Did you know that you can create birthday fundraisers for charities on Facebook? Check out our FB page and support people affected by eating disorders here:
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Rachel Morris MBE Nov 10
a number of worrying conversations this week...Drs making judgement on a stereotypical image eg not what the person is suffering from/struggling with/appears...pls take a minute&talk...ask them about THEIR experience. Thank you...
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Beat 6h
Just under 2 hours until our Q& on Facebook with . If you can't make it but have a question, just reply here and we'll come back to you. Join us at 1pm at
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Heather Boeser 4h
Replying to @HeatherBoeser
I worked at Melrose for 5 years. When you work in health care losing a patient is hard, losing a 26 year old patient to anorexia is unthinkable. If you are someone that can give the the Humphry Park Nicolllet endowment, I promise you your money will be well spent
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