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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.
In celebration of #TheWholeMe, a campaign launched in partnership with Instagram, Sarah Bryan takes us on her journey as she tells her story
While everyone’s relationship with food and diet is unique, there are some common things people who suffer with an eating disorder experience.
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.
Often, we’re our own worst critic, and these negative thoughts and harsh judgements can not only fuel our eating disorder, but can slow down our recovery.
29 October 2018: Today, leading national eating disorder organisation, the Butterfly Foundation, launched RESET - Australia’s first digital body image program for adolescent boys.
Christmas, New Year’s Eve and other events can be tough when your family member/loved one has an eating disorder. But with strategies and support, it’s possible to reduce stress and enjoy the season.