An alarming 83 percent of people caring for someone with an eating disorder have had their mental health impacted.
That's why, for our 2019 MAYDAYS campaign, we're asking that the two million carers Australia-wide caring for someone with an eating disorder reach out to het more, and improved support. #CarersNeedCareToo
We all have a story to tell. Let's share them and help support each other.
These videos may be confronting as they touch on the reality of each family's or carer's experience. If after viewing, you wish to speak to someone for support, please contact the Butterfly National Helpline ED HOPE 1800 33 4673, open 8am - midnight (AEST), seven days.
We hope that hearing the stories of others has inspired you to share your own.
We're all in this together, let's support each other one story at a time!
It can be extremely difficult raising the subject of eating disorders with a friend or loved one. To be supportive one needs to learn what to say and what not to say.
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We can help you with recognising issues and what to do. ›
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