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Coping strategies for Binge Eating during lockdowns and beyond

Stress caused by lockdowns, changing restrictions and returning to usual routines post lockdown can impact our ability to cope with emotions and may lead to the use of a way of coping such as binge eating.

It was never about the food: Understanding me and my diagnosis of Binge Eating Disorder

"As an adult, my larger size is what's visible and what's targeted, again aggressively, with rarely an attempt at understanding. Eating does not happen in isolation of everything else going on in a person's life and mind." Monica Catherine shares her journey with Binge Eating Disorder.

Misunderstood: Myths and facts about binge eating disorder

Binge eating disorder is widely misunderstood, and considering it's the most common, it's about time we understood. We asked people in our community who are experiencing binge eating disorder to share some of the myths that need crushing.

Be You, Be Free: How I overcame an eating disorder to become an author, body positive PT, and intuitive eating counsellor

"Once recovered from my eating disorder, all I wanted to do was help others who were going through what I went through. I hope my book will help you feel alive, help you feel connected, but mostly, that it will help you uncover the person that you were meant to be before the world and diet culture told you who you had to be." Shreen shares her recovery story & how it led her to write 'Be You, Be Free'

Jesus and ED: How my crisis of faith led to an eating disorder

Darren shares how his experience with Anorexia and Bulimia was influenced by questioning and losing his life-long faith in Christianity.

A work in progress: my story of eating disorders, neurodiversity and queerness

Zoe shares how they overcame anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder to become an author and LGBTQIA+, ADHD and mental health advocate.

Hearing from lived experience on improving eating disorder treatment, support, and awareness in the next 10 years

"We need businesses, schools, services and professionals to undertake relevant training in eating disorders, highlighting how to identify them, gain a deeper understanding on the different types, where to reach out for appropriate support, how to increase help-seeking and to learn the appropriate terminology and language”. - Chey

Harmful schoolyard eating habits putting kids at risk

School children calling for more body image support as parents and teachers report an increase in disordered eating behaviours in schools.