Some ideas about what you should and should not say to a loved one who is recovering from anorexia. By Dr Pooky Knightsmith
5 Things Never to Say to a Recovering Anorexic and Some Positive Alternatives
Eating Disorders Recovery – 11 ways to support a friend
Dear Anorexia – a plea to the Demon in my head
international eating disorders helplines
A short presentation for information or training which explores the common eating difficulties seen in younger children along with guidance as to when we shoul…
A short presentation for information or training which explores the common eating difficulties seen in younger children along with guidance as to when we should be concerned.
Academic paper I recently wrote with results of a survey of school staff talking about their experiences of eating disorders
Bulimia-warning-signs: People with bulimia are often very ashamed of their illness and will work hard to conceal signs and symptoms making it very difficult to spot. ...
Advice for when a pupil becomes an eating disorders inpatient
Guidance - school sports and young people with anorexia nervosa
Involving parents in their child's eating disorder recovery
Eating disorders recovery - how to handle a rough patch
Staff and student experiences of eating disorders in UK schools
What not to say to recovering anorexics
Tackling the eating disorders taboo in school
Teaching pupils about eating disorders
Eating Disorders Recovery
Overcoming pupil objections to informing parents about their eating disorder - advice from www.eatingdisordersadvice.co.uk
Healthy weight loss can put young people at risk of anorexia - www.eatingdisordersadvice.co.uk
Compliment girls on their character, not their bodies.
Eating Disorders Pocketbook - MY book :) available to pre order now.
weight change - the ultimate eating disorder warning sign. Blog post showing you what to look out for from www.eatingdisordersadvice.co.uk
Interesting article on how men are affected by eating disorders