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I cannot quite explain the feeling when I clicked on to the page titled ARFID on the Beat website.
Anonymous discusses the pressures and expectations during Ramadan and how they're putting their recovery first.
Rosie discusses her experience of fundraising at university for Beat.
Iona discusses how fundraising for Beat through making and customising bracelets helped her in her recovery.
I felt a sense of duty not just to myself, my recovery + my beliefs, but the thousands upon thousands of other people.
I'd never considered that I had an eating disorder, but the way I was treated by my GP was how I ended up getting treatment.
By choosing recovery, you will give to yourself the best chance to find your real happiness.
Recovery takes time and it isn’t a race – as long as I’m on the right track it doesn’t matter how long it takes me to reach the finish line. I'’ll get there eventually, and next Christmas perhaps anorexia won’t be invited at all.
Isabella discusses navigating Christmas with an eating disorder and Beat's support services over Christmas.
We need to challenge the perception that anorexia is purely about body image, or that we are ‘choosing’ not to eat.
The natural world has taught me about transience, how to appreciate each delicate thread of life’s vibrant tapestry.