Summer can be a time to relax and take a break from the normal routines of life. And that’s great, but if you’re recovering from an eating disorder it can also bring some challenges.
So this week, Beat supporters and best pals Sally and Georgia share their tips for managing summer in recovery...
Who says being on your own has to be lonely!
Just because it looks like someone is having a better time than you doesn’t mean it’s true
Overall, we both love this time of the year and even though it can throw up its own challenges, we’ve found following these tips can really help to fully relax and enjoy it (even if the British weather doesn’t always decide to co-operate!)
-Contributed by Sally and Georgia
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