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SANE forums

SANE forums provide safe, anonymous mental health discussion, moderated 24/7 by mental health professionals. On the forums you can:

  • Connect with a respectful, accepting community
  • Read stories from people like you
  • Post your questions, responses and story
  • Find trusted information from SANE Australia

The SANE forums facilitate discussion around all mental illness. The forums are divided into Lived Experience and Carer forums.

Visit SANE forums

SANE forums

F.E.A.S.T

Families Empowered And Supporting Treatment for Eating Disorders

F.E.A.S.T is an online resource for parents caring for children affected by eating disorders. F.E.A.S.T.’s Mission is to support caregivers by providing information and mutual support, promoting evidence-based treatment, and advocating for research and education to reduce the suffering associated with eating disorders.

Visit the F.E.A.S.T website.

FEAST website

Stories of Recovery

EDV have collated a diverse range of recovery stories from members of the community. Recovery stories are first hand examples of people’s journey to recovery from an eating disorder. They show that recovery IS possible.

Stories are from both people who have experienced an eating disorder, and from those who have supported them.

RECOVERY STORIES

Thriving

There is no magic word, prescription or motivational speech that will force recovery upon you. Only you can make that choice. That choice will dissipate the loneliness and isolation that your eating disorder compels you to feel.

Read Amy's story
RECOVERY STORIES

Learning to nourish my soul

To my body, thank you for not giving up on me. You’re the only one I have to take me through the journey of life. The only vehicle to connect my soul to the world, to touch, taste and smell the flavours of life. I promise to care and nurture you.

Read Elise's story
RECOVERY STORIES

Putting binge eating behind me

"The binge itself, followed by the preoccupation with shame, guilt and planning the next diet, managed to distract me from avoiding my uncomfortable emotions for about 15 years. I was stunned at how obvious it all was!”

Read Carol's story

See the full range of recovery stories

Stories of Recovery
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