Christmas is thought of as a time of year to celebrate and share with loved ones, it’s meant to be a fun filled experience full of festivities and joy. However living with an eating disorder at Christmas time can be incredibly difficult.
Hannah’s story is a must read.
From champion runner, winning medals to running herself down a slippery slope into the arms of her eating disorder.
Hannah almost lost everything she’d spent years working hard and training for.
She speaks truth about stress, it’s destructive impact on our health, but how we, with help and unconditional support of those around us, ultimately have the ability to turn destructiveness into determination to become star-performers
Living with someone suffering from an eating disorder is hard. It can involve full time, round the clock, care at it's worst. It is physically, emotionally draining. It can cause frustration and anger, sadness and despair. But there are ways you can stay on top of your game and make sure you're fully charged and taking care of yourself in order to take care of them. Here I present Janet Richards top tips for looking after a loved one suffering with an eating disorder.... ft. wine!
I was introduced to Dan through social media; a talented young man no doubt, whose passion for writing shines through his own Wordpress site. Just like many other talented artists, Dan too has unfortunately endured, and overcome, his own mental battles. His account below is not only fantastically articulated, but bravely allows us all a glimpse into what was once his world, and what now is his future.