28 May 2015
Chloe describes her journey through treatment, the life she now has on the other side and why she's decided to skydive to support Beat. She also shares some friendly words of wisdom...
20 May 2015
Nick and Matt face the challenge of an 84-mile Dales Way Walk from Ilkley to the Lake District to raise money for Beat. Here they share their background to the challenge, and Nick and sister Jess explain why Beat is their chosen charity.
14 May 2015
For those in recovery, exercise is often rightfully approached with caution. But for Eleanor, it became part of healthy, structured, positive goals. Finding your passion, she tells us, whatever it may be, can really help you on the road to recovery.
7 May 2015
Making friends in treatment can be considered unhelpful - but here Ellie (pictured front, center) explores the flip-side: the possibility of positive, compassionate, enduring friendships
5 May 2015
Beat are pleased to announce the release of Embracing Change, a 32-page information booklet based on the personal experiences of participants in our Transitions Project - for anyone recovering from an eating disorder and facing significant life changes
24 April 2015
Melissa recalls her liberating experience of leaving behind many years of struggling with an eating disorder by skydiving to support Beat. Why not take up the challenge?
16 April 2015
Francesca reflects on the girl she was when she was in the grips of an eating disorder, and how change is always possible.
8 April 2015
Dr Emily T. Troscianko of The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, introduces new research in collaboration with Beat into the link between reading fiction and disordered eating - and invites you to contribute by completing a short survey
7 April 2015
In the wake of a recent radio interview which highlighted some of the misunderstanding surrounding eating disorders, Beat presents a timely reminder of the importance of responsible reporting and working within our Media Guidelines
2 April 2015
Nina's blog reminds us it's mostly only when you're ready to reach out for help that you begin to get better - and happiness is more readily found in supportive relationships and, ultimately, being kind to yourself, than in the pursuit of success