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s o p h Jun 16
Things you don’t know about #1 The smallest amount of food in your stomach makes you uncomfortable but you know eating is for the best.
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Research into Disordered Eating Jun 15
Thank you to everyone who has taken part so far! We are still recruiting for our digital questionnaire study on behaviours. Confidential and anonymous with a prize draw of £40 vouchers! DM for details
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Amber-Mae Pickaver🥀 Jun 17
if you can’t find reasons to want to recover from an ED, here’s a few for you: 🌻
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Jess Sprengle, LPC Jun 16
We are all incredible works in progress and we are all healing
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s o p h Jun 16
Things you don’t know about #2 Before recovery: cold all the time, many clothing layers, fuzzy socks in the middle of summer. Start of recovery: hot Hot HOT, night sweats, s w e a t i n g
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Claire Gardener Homeopathy in Eltham Jun 12
can be used by everyone from babies to the elderly, and cares for you as a whole person, not just your symptoms.
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Louise McDermott 18h
The "safe" weight zone for is usually way too low and emotional recovery lags way behind physical recovery. So many people don't get to full recovery because this is not understood and addressed and yes this is very dangerous
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Altean Queen Jun 9
just went out to eat and had one of my biggest fear foods. hard but going strong.
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Jess Sprengle, LPC Jun 11
Happy Monday, fuck your ED's bullshit 🖕
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Evolve Hull Jun 14
This afternoon at Evolve we have our 'Working to Overcome Eating Disorders' Group
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Jess Sprengle, LPC Jun 13
I love this so much. Hell yes you are!
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Hope Virgo 16h
Something I am sure a lot of us can relate to ⬇️
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Marybeth 19h
Replying to @TWLOHA
I’ve gone up to a size 6 in jeans.
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Sarah Wells 52m
raises such an important point in and of . BMI is such a poor indicator of recovery. Psychological recovery often takes so much longer. We need to do better in this area to prevent risks like
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Sarah Wells 43m
The effects of are well known. This article, is important, because decision making in and relies on adult patients being able to overcome the indecisiveness that comes alongside starvation
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BALANCE ED Treatment 12h
“Recovering from is like learning to ride a bike. You are going to fall down a lot. But if you keep at it you will get better and better until the point you can ride fine."
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BANA Windsor 15h
How do you stay motivated while working towards your goals?
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Real_Deal 15h
Never comment on someone's food intake... if I'm eating food, please don't say how much/little I am eating.
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Psychic Grace 16h
Eating disorders are a sign of a deeper, painful trauma, that has been stored in our bodies and minds. Please be aware and compassionate for those struggling with body or weight issues. They need love, not shame!
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Melainie Rogers, RD 19h
Excited to join ' event this week where I will be presenting on ! Grab a FREE pass to the online event today! Valuable sessions for anyone in !
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