Living With an Eating Disorder in Your Family
Our guide to help you learn and understand what’s going on for your loved one, and how best to help them.
When you suspect your child or family member has an eating disorder, it’s really hard to know how to help them. Your worst fear is that whatever you suggest might just compound the issue further.
There’s plenty of information available, if you know where to find it, but you might not know where to start, and what’s out there is sometimes full of jargon and clinical language that can be hard for a non-clinician to get to grips with.
We’ve created this free guide to help parents and carers understand what’s going on for their loved one, learn how best to help them, and navigate the treatment options available.
Inside our guide you’ll find:
- The typical warning signs of an eating disorder.
- The steps we suggest you take if you suspect your loved one has an eating disorder.
- An overview of the different kinds of treatments available, and what to expect from each one.
- How you can support your loved one as they go through the assessment for treatment and the treatment itself.
- Advice on managing your family life while you go through the treatment process, and beyond.
- What you can do to support siblings to make sure they feel safe and protected, too.
- Our recommended resources to support you further.
Get your free copy now:
Download your free copy by completing the form below. We hope it’ll help you to feel prepared for what’s happening in your family and what’s to come. And we hope your loved one starts to feel better very soon. We’re always here to help if you need more advice.