Here is a link to an article by Andrew Flintoff who bravely acknowledges his struggle with an Eating Disorder and how important his wife was in helping him recover. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2745740/Andrew-Flintoff-wife-s-support-helped-battle-bulimia.html
It has been a while since I have written a post. Unfortunately, my Dad who is 81 slipped in bad weather and broke his ankle 6 weeks ago. He has suffered ever since and is still in respite care. So my routine has been interrupted to help take care of him and my Mum.
I have also attended the ANZAED conference in WA recently. I am encouraged by the large amount of research that is currently being undertaken in the field of EDs in this country and eagerly await the influence of findings into practice in the field. Spring to me marks the time of year that brings hope for growth and sunshine into the future. It is also a good time to take a step toward change, healing and personal growth.. Look to the sunshine. , notice the blossom and the blooms. Take care.. If you or someone you care about needs support to recovery from an Eating Disorder please know that recovery is possible and available to you, it wont be easy but it will be worth it.!
Founded TRED in July 2011 to give encouragement and hope to people in Tasmania who are seeking recovery from an Eating disorder.