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eating disorders: getting help for someone you're worried about

#Talk to the person you're worried about. eating disorders Encourage them to talk about how they're feeling. info Listen openly and respect what they say. Getting help for someone you’re worried about. #Talk to a professional. Professionals can discuss your concerns with you and help you decide what steps to take. They can include doctors, school counsellors, or teachers. #Speak to someone who cares for the person. Share your concerns with someone they trust. #Call a You could talk to a parent, sibling, carer or another friend. helpline. d The ED Hope Support Line provides phone, email and live chat support. You can speak to them on 1800 ED HOPE National Eating Disorders Collaboration (1800 33 4673). The National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC) is an Initiative of the Australian Government Department of Health

eating disorders: getting help for someone you're worried about

shared by EbenFoster on Jul 29
It is possible to help a friend or family member who may have an eating disorder.


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