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Posts Tagged ‘Eating Disorder survivors’

By On October 18th, 2017

Demi Lovato gets candid about her eating disorder in new documentary

Throughout her career, singer Demi Lovato has been outspoken about her trials with eating disorders and encouraged her fans to strive for a healthy body image. However, there is one thing she rarely talks about: her ongoing struggle with her own eating disorder. Like many who have largely overcome their eating disorders, Demi admits in…

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By On September 11th, 2017

Bam Margera reveals his struggles with bulimia and alcoholism

Bam Margera doesn’t seem like the most likely person to talk openly about his experiences being bulimic, but in a recent episode of Viceland’s Epicly Later’d the skateboarder and Jackass shared how his rock star lifestyle spiraled into issues with addiction and an eating disorder. Before his rise to fame on MTV, Bam drank occasionally.…

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By On May 19th, 2017

Kesha shares an open letter about overcoming eating disorders

Since undergoing treatment for an eating disorder in 2014, Kesha has been an outspoken public advocate working to raise awareness and remove the stigma from eating disorders. However, she has often kept the details of her own struggle to herself. That has changed with a new essay for Teen Vogue, where the singer goes more…

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By On March 3rd, 2017

Kesha Reminds Us “Eating Disorders Don’t Discriminate” in Moving PSA

Singer-songwriter Kesha publicly revealed she lived with an eating disorder in 2014 and has since been a loud public voice bringing attention to the struggles of those who have experienced disordered eating. This week, the performer partnered up with the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) to promote awareness of eating disorders for National Eating Disorder…

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By On February 20th, 2017

Eating Disorder Survivors Are Removing The Stigma Using Social Media

If you asked the average person to say the first word that pops into their mind when they think of eating disorders, they would likely answer with words like “weight” or “thin”. But, if you asked a person who has actually lived with an eating disorder, their answers may be quite different. Instead you would…

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