National Eating Disorders Association

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  1. Recovery

    ... system often plays a key role in recovery. Parents can help encourage their children to stay in therapy, eat regular meals, and use ... recovery will look a little bit different. Some people may find the structure of a meal plan helps them stay well, while others prefer ...

    tsegarra - 02/25/2017 - 4:53pm

  2. 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 ...

    tsegarra - 11/20/2017 - 1:55pm

  3. 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 ...

    _admin_communic... - 12/19/2016 - 12:09pm

  4. 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 ...

    _admin_communic... - 10/30/2017 - 4:55pm

  5. 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 ...

    _admin_communic... - 08/04/2017 - 4:05pm

  6. 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 ...

    _admin_communic... - 08/04/2017 - 4:04pm

  7. 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 ...

    _admin_communic... - 12/16/2015 - 10:28am

  8. Life During Recovery: Questions to Ask Yourself

    ... decision. Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you have a clearer vision of what you want and need for staying in ... to let support in, not push it away. However, many people find it difficult to reach out and accept support from others. The truth is ...

    tsegarra - 10/05/2017 - 4:01pm

  9. 5 Tips for Supporting a Loved One With an Eating Disorder and PTSD

    ... of how the symptoms of the eating disorder can function to help reduce or minimize, for a short time, the symptoms of PTSD. And PTSD ... the disorder is a true gift. It can often be difficult to find professionals who are willing and competent to treat both eating disorders ...

    _admin_communic... - 06/30/2017 - 10:38am

  10. How to Cope with the Transition to College When You Have an Eating Disorder

    ... hard. Rather than beat yourself up, here are some tips to help you get back on the road to recovery. Return to Basics When you ... Call those people and ask them to help you again. Find an accountability partner. If you moved from home, seek out support near ...

    _admin_communic... - 09/22/2017 - 2:29pm

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