Eating Disorder Blogs

The best eating disorder blogs will give you hope, help & resources to overcome, to let go of the control, and to find recovery. Bloggers include eating disorder survivors, healthy eating coaches, as well as therapists specializing in the field.

// This list features 10 blogs
Inspired Recovery – Angie Viets +

Angie Viets, is an eating disorder survivor, who now practices as a clinical psychotherapist specializing in eating disorders. She offers wonderful advice, hope, guidance, and resources to fellow sufferers on her blog. Her belief is that, with some help, everyone can recover and live a happy life.

Blunt Therapy +

Get helpful tips, articles, and advice about mental health & wellness on Blunt Therapy, from a therapist who has suffered themselves. The blog includes categories on substance abuse, depression, anxiety, as well as relationship therapy. There are also resources & quizzes to help you move forward.

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    A Gutsy Girl +

    After Sarah Kay Hoffman’s health took a beating from years of disordered eating, she studied nutrition and started a health coaching business to help others. Her gut-healing plans for eating disorder recovery, as well as IBS & infertility are free & incredibly insightful.

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      Beauty Beyond Bones +

      Caralyn doesn’t hold back when sharing her candid story of recovery from severe anorexia. But through her honesty, fellow sufferers will find hope, support, and encouragement too. Start from her very first blog if you want a true depiction of her journey to wellness.

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        Jenni Schaefer +

        Motivational speaker, author, nutritional expert, Jenni Schaefer, has been writing & speaking about trauma, eating disorders, and PTSD since recovering from 20 years of anorexia.  Drawing from the journey of her own recovery, she covers topics like body image, perfectionism, and how to let go.

         

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          The Real Life RD +

          Robyn is a non-diet dietitian and nurse practitioner, whose goal is to help women find true peace with food and their body, without diets. Her blog, and her health practice, focus on women’s wellness, putting an end to diet culture, and learning instead what being healthy really means.

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            Break Binge Eating +

            Senior Research Fellow at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Jake Linardon wants to break down the stigma surrounding binge eating. His blog offers easy-to-understand information about the psychology behind eating disorders, including 6 proven steps that will stop binge eating.

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              Follow the Intuition +

              After overcoming her own struggles with disordered eating and over-exercising, Elisa became an eating disorder recovery coach to help others. Her blog & treatment focus on non-judgemental therapy, nutritional rehabilitation, and re-training the brain around eating practices.

               

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                Kim Rosenthal MD +

                An author, artist, and psychiatrist, Kim Rosenthal, M.D., pours her passion and kindness into every post on her very insightful blog. She shares helpful information about addiction, recovery, and living with mental illness. And provides hope, guidance, and practical ways to manage them.

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                  I haven’t Shaved in 6 weeks +

                  Lyndsey Hall started her recovery blog the night before she entered rehab for disordered eating in 2014. She wanted to give a real account of what rehab was like, and she did! To this day, she continues to write as an Eating Disorder Survivor in an honest & transparent way.

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