Success Stories

Bullying, Bulimia And Me: Sam’s Recovery Story

This two-part article was written exclusively for EatingDisorders.com by Sam Thomas, founder and director of the UK-based organization Men Get Eating Disorders Too. Sam shares how he recovered from bulimia and used his experience to start the site. I was bullied from day one in high school at the age of 11. I did very …

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Bullying, Bulimia And Me: Sam’s Recovery Story, Part II

This two-part article was written exclusively for EatingDisorders.com by Sam Thomas, founder and director of the UK-based organization Men Get Eating Disorders Too. Sam shares how he recovered from bulimia and used his experience to start the site. Click here to read Part I. When I was 17, I contacted my real dad as I …

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Creating Hope After Bulimia: Jacquelyn’s Story

This article was written exclusively for EatingDisorders.com by Jacquelyn Ekern, founder of Eating Disorder Hope. She is a licensed professional counselor who shares the story of how she beat her own eating disorder and used her experiences to help others. My eating disorder was a miserable enemy destroying my life while also serving as my …

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Drowning Out Emotion: Cathy’s Battle Against Anorexia

This two-part article was written exclusively for EatingDisorders.com by Cathy Harrington. In this article, Cathy talks about the repeated abuse she encountered throughout her life, her struggles with anorexia, and how she was finally able to find the help she needed. I am writing this to bring a little hope to anyone out there who …

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Drowning Out Emotion: Cathy’s Battle Against Anorexia, Part II

This two-part article was written exclusively for EatingDisorders.com by Cathy Harrington. In this article, Cathy talks about the repeated abuse she encountered throughout her life, her struggles with anorexia, and how she was finally able to find the help she needed. Click here to read Part I. When my son was six weeks old I …

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Essie’s Story Of Struggle And Recovery

I can remember the first time I skipped a meal. I was 6. I remember feeling that I was worthless, and so why did I deserve to eat. I didn’t really understand what I was feeling and what I was thinking, but somehow, this made sense to me. Little did I know I was beginning …

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Finding Strength Within Myself: Lauren’s Recovery Story

This two-part article was written exclusively for EatingDisorders.com by Lauren Cowne, an eating disorder recovery coach, mentor and healer who created an Ecourse and blogs about her experiences. Lauren shares how she struggled to recover but eventually beat her eating disorder by looking inside herself. When I was in my eating disorder, I felt bad. …

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Finding Strength Within Myself: Lauren’s Recovery Story Part II

This two-part article was written exclusively for EatingDisorders.com by Lauren Cowne, an eating disorder recovery coach, mentor and healer who created an Ecourse and blogs about her experiences. Lauren shares how she struggled to recover but eventually beat her eating disorder by looking inside herself. Click here to read Part I. Emotionally, I had to …

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From Battling A Disorder To Helping Others: Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin’s Story

This article was written exclusively for EatingDisorders.com by Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D,. a psychoanalyst specializing in eating disorders. Dr. Nina writes an award-winning blog called Make Peace With Food and hosts a popular podcast, Win The Diet War, available on iTunes and on its official website. “If my legs were thinner, I’d be perfect.” I …

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