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F.E.A.S.T:  The global support and education community of and for parents of those with eating disorders.

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New Zealand +64 98875172
Israel +972 23748988
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You’ve found us: the global organization of and serving parents like you around the world. We are here to help you understand your son or daughter’s eating disorder, support you in helping them get appropriate treatment, and get you the information you need to help them recover and thrive.

This website is about you. Your learning, your confidence, your resources. No two families have the same needs or path, but we know what kind of information and skills help families be resilient and strong through the process. We can help you discover your unique toolkit.

We believe in families. We believe in full recovery. We believe information is power and good treatment saves lives. Welcome to our community, and these resources. In no time you will be paying it forward to support others: Welcome.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Let’s talk parent advocacy and eating disorders: meet Nicki Wilson from EDANZ

Date: April 24, 2019

Time: Auckland (New Zealand - Auckland) Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 8:00:00 am NZST UTC+12 hours

Location: Facebook Live

Let’s talk parent advocacy and eating disorders: meet Nicki Wilson from EDANZ

Meet Nicki Wilson, current Chair at EDANZ, and learn about this inspiring parent advocate organization and resource in New Zealand. Join us for a Facebook…

Our family is not the problem, the ED is the problem

Dear FEAST,THANK YOU so much for your <a href="https://www.feast-ed.org/parents-do-not-cause-eating-disorders-ps/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Position Statement</a> “Parents do not cause Eating Disorders”. I have printed it and I am going to hand it to any and every doctor or therapist who explicitly or implicitly tries to infer I am to blame. My daughter has been ill for years and I get this all the time from so-called Family Therapists (as opposed to FBT, which is good). They keep trying to “fix” our family. Our family is not the problem, the ED is the problem!!With heartfelt thanks,Sarah, UK

never have I felt prouder

I’ve done a LOT of volunteering with various orgs over the years and I need you to know this, never have I felt prouder of or more appreciated by a group of people. Thank you for so warmly embracing me, for your faith in me and for your vision of what I may be able to do!

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