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  1. “Lighter Than My Shadow” is the Eating Disorder Memoir You’ve Been Waiting For

    ... it helps them in their recovery process. In what ways did it help you in your recovery? KG: It was very specific to the book, ... was a book that I wished had existed, and I couldn’t find it so I decided to write it, and that became my reason for getting better. ...

  2. Dear Melody: No One Takes My Eating Disorder Seriously As a Mid-Life Adult. What Can I Do?

    ... from the destructive nature of any eating disorder. If you find that those in your current circle do not take your disorder seriously, it is likely time to look beyond those people for the help that you need.  In the event that your eating disorder is not being ...

  3. Community Guidelines

    ... Our forums are not a replacement for professional help, rather a place to give and receive support. We want to be sure ... revoked.  If you post something that we, for any reason, find alarming in regards to your safety a trained NEDA Staff member may contact ...

  4. Centering the Voices of People of Color in the Fight Against Eating Disorders

    ... indigenous peoples create more ancestral healing models to help heal indigenous peoples. NEDA: What do you wish more people ... already doing the work. Also, to listen to their clients and find out what their needs are.  NEDA: What words of encouragement or ...

  5. You Are Not Alone: Self-Care Tips and Resources for Trans Folx

    ... _admin_communications's blog Here at NEDA, we find it vital to recognize the unique experiences of individuals from ... yourself, stepping back from social media and the like can help keep you positive and more balanced. 3. Fill your time with people ...

  6. 15 Ways NEDA Made a Difference in People’s Lives

    ... NEDA has impacted their lives! 1. “It's helped me find community. Even though I've been recovered for eight years, sometimes I ... me show my mom exactly what I am going through as how to help me best! NEDA has given me connections to people I never would've met ...

  7. A Special Message from Our Supporters

    ... people across the country fight eating disorders and find resources for proper education and treatment. Now, read about how NEDA ... proud to point people to NEDA whenever they are looking for help and resources.” —Lynn Chen “NEDA, thanks for helping me file for ...

  8. Strategies for Enjoying the Holidays: Tips from Fellow Readers

    ... who may not understand what you are going through. They can help through just being there and giving you a certain look at the table to ... past memorable holidays. – A Treatment Provider Find ways to create distractions and stay engaged with loved ones. Be the ...

  9. Stages of Recovery

    ... Change Model, as defined by Prochaska and DiClemente, will help everyone involved better negotiate the road to recovery. The Stages of ... disorder support group for family and friends. Find a support group > PREPARATION STAGE The person transitions ...

  10. Questions to Ask Treatment Providers

    ... that people with eating disorders seek professional help. There are many differing approaches to treatment and no one-size-fits-all ... that is considered superior for everyone, it is important to find the option that works for you. Coming prepared with a list of questions to ...

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