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Please Help Us Give Thanks to F.E.A.S.T.

As part of our upcoming critical fundraising campaign “Give Thanks to F.E.A.S.T” we are asking the members of our parent community to let us know why you are thankful for F.E.A.S.T.

Where did we meet you along your journey? How did we help you? Which of our services did you find most useful?

You can write a blog post, send us a short note, prepare a short video, or send us an image expressing your gratitude to F.E.A.S.T. If we helped your family, we would love to hear from you!

Please send all “Give Thanks to F.E.A.S.T.” materials to us at info@feast-ed.org.

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  1. jennifer wachter

    When we realized the severity of our daughter’s eating disorder we would have been at a total loss without the information that we were able to access through FEAST. Through FEAST we were able to launch quickly into FBT, we were able to problem solve regarding limitations of our medical team, and we knew ideally what best practices would look like. We were able to get some grounding from the “First 30 Days” program, and have continued to benefit from postings on the Facebook group. Finally, we have been able to reach out to experts for advice and referrals that we would otherwise not have had any awareness of. Were are facing a long road ahead and it gives me comfort to know that I can continue to access information and support through this wonderful organization

  2. Francine

    We are so grateful we found FEAST, I felt desperate and alone and contacted a local ED org. who referred me to your site. It has been a game changer for my husband and I. We went through the parent 30 day program which was so helpful. We are approx. 6 months into this and started early intervention. I am hyper sensitive to ED as I had lost a friend to this as a youth and also experienced my own challenges therefore I saw the early warning signs and started my battle. We have made it clear to our daughter that we as a family will not let this take us down as it is a slippery slope and she has agreed and wants our support and help so we have hope. We have also hired a local nutritionist to help with weekly sessions (during a nice casual stroll outside together) and my daughter really connects to her and expresses herself so we are hopeful and will not give up. We feel that this is a battle that we need to arm our daughter and ourselves to fight this thing. I say this and then next week there is an episode and my anxiety spikes again…I understand this will be the journey and we will work this through. Your website is such a wonderful source for caregivers and I am grateful. There was only silence on ED when we grew up and I just hope more families in need find your site.

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