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I knew but I didn’t

My eating disorder first got really bad about 15 years ago when I had a relationship breakdown and it took just one comment really. I was a little overweight at the time and my mum commented and told me I should lose weight.

I’m Worth It

I first started binge eating after I finished year 12. At the time I wasn't working, my old school friends and I had started to naturally drift apart as we went out into the world, and my shyness meant that I had trouble getting out of the house and being involved in activities.

Help comes in unexpected ways

My bulimia started in an innocent way at the age of 16 when my best friend at the time showed me a 'great way' to be able to eat a whole cake together and not 'get fat'!

Regaining Ella

When I was eleven years old my family left the heat and wide open spaces of Perth to move to bustling Melbourne. Almost overnight, I found myself at a new school about five times the size of my old one.

I just didn’t think it was a real problem

I have always loved food and never considered starving myself for weight loss. I had tried fasting and low calorie diets but I never was not eating.

There is no recovery without self respect

As a young child I grew up with many challenges, including the fear of failure, and the fear of rejection. Both seemed to come true as I always had constant pressure to do well from my close surroundings and in some cases myself.

#TheWholeMe: Sarah’s Story

In celebration of #TheWholeMe, a campaign launched in partnership with Instagram, Sarah Bryan takes us on her journey as she tells her story

#1 Build a healthy relationship with food

While everyone’s relationship with food and diet is unique, there are some common things people who suffer with an eating disorder experience.

#4 Practical tools to help you in your recovery

In previous blogs we learnt about binge eating disorder and bulimia. We also discussed common causes of these eating disorders and why it’s normal to have mixed feelings about recovery.