The more support you have for bulimia recovery the better.
One support service I highly recommend is B-eat. They are the UK's largest eating disorder support charity and they provide a wide range of support including helplines and support groups.
I know many of you would find these services helpful, but you may not be sure how to go about making the most of them. I know contacting a support charity for the first time can be a little scary.
Thats why I have asked Leanne Thorndyke from B-eat to tell us more about what they do and more importantly how they can help you.
You can learn listen to the interview here:
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Learn more about B-eat at http://www.b-eat.co.uk
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