Eating Disorders: Something Worth Talking About
Too many people suffering with Eating Disorders slip under the radar. They hide the eating disorder’s behaviour from their friends and family meaning that they can slip further into their illness and often feel like no one cares enough to take any notice. It’s been said numerous times that one of the worst things about having an Eating Disorder is the feeling of isolation.
If you are worried about someone - talk about it!
SRSH deliver workshops to help students and university staff understand what it is like to have an eating disorder, why recovery feels scary and what supporters can do to help. If you would like us to run one of these workshops at your university, please contact Elisabeth in the SRSH office - email@example.com