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Wrapping up National Eating Disorders Awareness Week – a Recap

Wrapping up National Eating Disorders Awareness Week - a Recap | Libero Magazine

Well National Eating Disorders Awareness Week has come to an end! And we would like to thank each and every one of you who took part in any way.

During this week, here at the Libero Network we did what we could to raise as much awareness and pass on as much information about Eating Disorders as possible.


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Every day we posted a short video offering information on something pertaining to Eating Disorders and/or Recovery and each video also had a short ‘mythbuster’ at the end, where we counteracting common misconceptions related to Eating Disorders. In addition, we published several new blog posts that also related to Eating Disorders and raising awareness.

In case you missed any of our posts, here is a recap of everything that went on between Feb 26-March 3:

Videos:

Monday – Jess talks about the importance of seeking help for your Eating Disorder and busts the myth that you can ‘scare’ someone out of their ED…

Tuesday: Lauren B. offers an explanation of the various types of eating disorders that exist (including less-known ones such as Orthorexia and Night-Eating Syndrome) and she busts the myth that restricting is the same as starvation…

Wednesday: Jess brings awareness to the EDNOS diagnosis (eating disorder not otherwise specified) and explains that this is just as real and serious as any other ED. She busts the myth that weight indicates whether someone has an ED or not)…

Thursday: Scott talks about the importance of talking to people about your Eating Disorder and not being ashamed because you are a guy. He busts the myth that eating disorders are a ‘girl thing’…

Friday: Lauren B. talks about Disordered Eating (did you know 1 in 2 women struggle with this?) and how this differs from having an eating disorder. She busts the myth that eating disorders are about food & weight…

Saturday: Jess talks about dealing with triggers in recovery and busts the myth that the Media causes eating disorders…

Saturday: We wrap it up with Lauren B. talking about Intuitive Eating – walking through the eating guidelines and how to implement them. She goes up against the myth that there is such a thing as ‘good food’ and ‘bad food’ – food is just food!

 

New Blog Posts:

“How to be Sensitive in an Eating Disorder Society” by Lauren B.

Being sensitive in an Eating Disorder Society involves two things: First, you need to understand what Eating Disorders are all about (watch my video in which I explain Types of Eating Disorders HERE) and Second, you need to be aware of the things that you say or do that potentially have a negative effect on those around you who are fighting an EDkeep reading

The ‘Ethics’ of Photoshop” by Lauren B.

The use of Photoshop to edit and ‘enhance’ images is controversial to say the least. As activists hold a magnifying glass (sometimes literally) against these images in order to investigate how and to what extent reality is being altered, we are faced with the question: Do these images affect us in a negative way and if so, what should we do about it?keep reading


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