Learn More About Renfrew’s 2024 Eating Disorders Awareness Week Campaign: In My Empowerment Era
In Your Empowerment Era: 5 Ways to Choose Recovery
This year, Renfrew’s Awareness Week is all about empowerment and how the choices we make impact recovery. Here are 5 ways to embrace empowerment and choose recovery.
5 Tips for Navigating Eating Disorder Relapses & Promoting Sustainable Recovery
Eating disorder relapse can be caused by a variety of factors and life stressors. We look at tips for achieving a sustainable recovery.
Eating Disorders Awareness Week: The Best Mental Health Learning Resources in 2024
Eating Disorders Awareness Week helps raise awareness about eating disorders. Here are the best learning and support resources in 2024.
Dating & Eating Disorder Recovery: 7 Tips for Navigating the Experience
Dating during eating disorder recovery is a complex experience with unique challenges. We look at tips and considerations to help you get through it.
Intergenerational Trauma & Eating Disorders: How They’re Connected and What to Do About It
Understanding intergenerational trauma is critical to eating disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery. We break down the connection.
Social Media & Eating Disorders: Biggest Challenges & 4 Critical Tips for Navigating Them
Social media has a dark side that can be especially difficult to navigate if you have an eating disorder. Here are 4 helpful tips for finding your way.
Holiday Celebrations & Food Disorders: 4 Helpful Reminders
Holidays are a challenge for those struggling with eating and food disorders. Here are a few tips to help you navigate.
Eating Disorders in the Military: What You Need to Know
Serving in the military while struggling with an eating disorder can be a dangerous combination. Here’s what it means for active servicemembers & veterans.
Eating Disorders in Middle Age: Types, Risks & Treatment Options
Midlife eating disorders present unique risks and symptoms for aging adults. Here’s a basic introduction to what you need to know.
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