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About Site - Boys get eating disorders, too, just like girls. In 2009 Bev Mattocks Osborne's 15-year old son developed anorexia. Now, aged 23 and studying for a Masters Degree at university, he is thankfully recovered. This blog is her story. Bev is a 57-year old freelance copywriter lives in Yorkshire, UK.
Site - theprojectheal.org/blog
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About Site - The founders of Project HEAL, Liana Rosenman and Kristina Saffran, met while undergoing treatment for anorexia nervosa. These two girls helped each other to reach full recovery and decided to help others achieve it as well. They founded Project HEAL to raise money for others suffering with eating disorders who want to recover.
Site - beautybeyondbones.com/
About Site - This blog chronicles the author journey from severe anorexia to recovery and every twist and turn along the way. The blog posts are meant to be read from beginning to end, as a book. This blog is for parent or loved one of someone suffering with an eating disorder. Perhaps you’re in the throes of anorexia yourself.
Site - laurassoapbox.net
About Site - Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh is a fierce activist as well as the mother of a daughter who once had an eating disorder. Even though her child has overcome her anorexia nervosa, Lyster-Mensh is still offering up her opinions on charities and organizations that support people with anorexia and other eating disorders.
Site - eatingdisorderpro.com/blog
About Site - Dr. J. Renae Norton, Alternative to Inpatient Treatment. I am an eating disorder specialist in the areas of bulimia, anorexia, bulimarexia, binge eating disorder, BED, emotional eating disorder and obesity.
About Site - Rebecca Quinlan's aim is to talk about the little things that make a BIG difference for those who are suffering or have suffered from Anorexia.
About Site - I'm a 20-year-old University Student who's interested in Mental Health. I've suffered from Mental Health Disorders for most of my life but more severely in the last 7 years. I suffer from Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, OCD and Anorexia Nervosa. My blog is all about my own journey with Mental Health, aiming to end the stigma and to inspire others to recover too.
About Site - Michelle Sparkes, Health professional, author, speaker, long term recovered survivor of anorexia and EDNOS. Her mission is to help the people struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating.
Site - chimeyogatherapy.com/blog
About Site - Jennifer Kreatsoulas is a writer, yoga teacher, and a yoga therapist who specialises in eating disorders. She provide yoga therapy for eating disorders. The yoga for eating disorders program offers support for anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder.
About Site - A blog about my Anorexia recovery. Karly, diagnosed with Anorexia almost three years ago and have been battling it ever since. On her blog she shares different experiences and her recovery, to inspire people with eating disorders to fight for a happier and healthier life.
Site - risforrecovery.wordpress.com
About Site - This blog was started in October 2011 when I was recovering from Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. I use this blog as a means of educating, communicating and putting eating disorders in perspective. R is for Recovery is also a Christian blog.
Site - revivingemily.blog
About Site - This blog is a journal of sorts as I go through recovery from anorexia, depression, and anxiety. It may get triggering at times or get very personal because this is an outlet for how I’m feeling. This is the authentic version of me.
About Site - This blog is a place for me to vent and talk about life with anorexia, depression and PTSD, that I hope one day I will soon recover from. Recently discharged from an ed unit so please read with caution.
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About Site - Bridgette Thurber, 20 year old living in the Pacific Northwest, recovering from Anorexia. Shares her journey about recovery and treatment.
About Site - Meredith O'Brien recovered from anorexia and was enslaved to eating disorder for over 25 years and came out the other side. Now, full of hope and serenity, she write about it. Her main goals are to inspire hope for those suffering with eating disorders and to share concrete skills and tools that helped her to recover.