Recovery blog

Our team regularly posts blogs on all aspects of bulimia, sharing our particular insights and inspiring recovery.

In this article we look at the importance of discussing the differences between the eating disorders anorexia and bulimia while also considering the impact that pitting one eating disorder against another can have.

Research worryingly indicates that the incident of men with eating disorders - bulimia especially, is on the rise. In this article we explore male eating disorders and take a look at some basic steps we can all take to create a more gender inclusive recovery environment.

Join me as I look back on my own bulimia recovery story two years on...

This article is all about the importance of breaking free from all or nothing thinking. If you ever find yourself saying words like "always", "failure", "hopeless" and "never" then this one is for you!

Everything you've ever wanted to know about bulimia and your weight...






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