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Inspiration, lessons, insights from the people who have lived experience of having or supporting someone with an eating disorder

Love and Loss

By Judy Krasna We lost our daughter last week. I find that term to be somewhat strange. It sounds to me like we took her…

Covid-19, Food Insecurity, & A Community Creating Hope

By: F.E.A.S.T. Board Member & Mom, Lisa Burns “Mom” she whispered when I answered the phone on a mid March afternoon. “Yes honey, what’s up?”…

Experiencing Treatment As An Adult

By Blair Just shy of turning 29, I was living with my then-partner, had been financially independent and employed full-time since I graduated college at…

Parental Intuition Is Our Superpower

By Judy Krasna, F.E.A.S.T. Board Member and Volunteer I am an intuitive person. By extension, I am an intuitive mother. When my kids were younger,…

What I Wish Someone Had Told My Parents

By Isabella Sumsion When I first contacted FEAST, I thought I was going to use this opportunity to write down the details of my eight-year…

My Silver Lining–Attending FEAST of Knowledge

by Melanie Stevenson, F.E.A.S.T. Parent Volunteer They say there is a silver lining to every cloud. For me, there was a very bright lining indeed…

Straddling the Fence

by Judy Krasna, F.E.A.S.T. Board Member and Volunteer I am really looking forward to FEAST of Knowledge this weekend, so much so that I am…

Taking Care of Myself

by Judy Krasna, F.E.A.S.T. Board Member and Volunteer Yesterday, I offered peer support to a fellow mom in Israel who is going through a really…

I Cried After Talking With Your Parents Tonight

by Tabitha Farrar, ED Warrior and friend of F.E.A.S.T. Reprinted with permission from Tabitha Farrar  I cried after talking to your parents tonight. I often…

A Father’s Care

by Kevin Dunn, F.E.A.S.T. Parent Volunteer A Father’s Care from Kevin Dunn on Vimeo. The room is achingly dark. Foreboding. Seemingly soulless. Fiercely inhospitable and…

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