Recovery in the Summer
“If you have a child with cancer, you wouldn’t wait until they had reached stage four cancer before starting treatment. It’s no different with an eating disorder, because if you delay treatment, then the illness becomes more ingrained and more difficult to treat.”
Eating disorders iare a complex subject that not everyone knows about unless by first hand experience. Professionals on the front line are key in supporting people living with eating disorders of any walk of life. Getting the help they need early on is imperative for long-term recovery.
In this blog post I answer the seven most common questions asked to me to dispel some if the common misconceptions and stereotypical assumptions...
Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2015 was a great success seeing all groups across Northern Ireland raising some much needed awareness about eating disorders.
A new website has been launched in Northern Ireland to help those who are living with eating disorders.
It will also provide support for their family and friends.
The new Eating Disorder Association Northern Ireland website aims to create awareness about conditions such an anorexia, bulimia and binge eating.
Ann McCann from EDANI said children as young as 10 or 11 were coping with eating disorders and their parents were contacting her organisation every week.
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