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  • 2015 03 22 13 melissa skydive 3 edited listing
    24 April 2015

    Skydiving for Beat

    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?

  • Francesca   memoirs of an ed girl   photo   edited fb and website listing
    16 April 2015

    The memories of a recovery girl

    Francesca reflects on the girl she was when she was in the grips of an eating disorder, and how change is always possible.

  • Book tape measure 16   eds and fiction   for fb and website listing
    8 April 2015

    Bodies, Minds, and Words: A New Collaboration

    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

    Tackling Eating Disorders in the Media

    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

  • Happy nina   edited for fb and website listing
    2 April 2015

    A Helping Hand for Happiness

    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

  • Press release 1 listing
    20 March 2015

    The Future In Mind Report

    The recent announcement of an extra £1.25billion for Children & Adolescent Mental Health over the next 5 years is very welcome news.

  • Daniela   edited listing
    9 March 2015

    Beat Announces First Selected Artist for 2015

    We're pleased to announce our first Selected Artist - Daniela Raytchev joins us in 2015, supporting our events and raising awareness of Beat with her artistic talents.

  • Steph merron   sb   nick cawley   j   kirsty jones   sb   manchester store edited listing
    27 February 2015

    Retailer "Socks it" to Eating Disorders in Fundraising Drive

    Colleagues at the Simply Be and Jacamo store in Manchester support "Sock it to Eating Disorders" - the week we launch our "Costs of Eating Disorders" report, funded by N Brown Group PLC, owner of fashion brands including JD Williams, Simply Be and Jacamo

  • 25 February 2015

    The Costs of Eating Disorders - Social, Health and Economic Impacts

    Read the full report, commissioned by Beat, produced by PwC, and funded by N Brown Group PLC.

  • Glowstick   edaw 2015 blog listing
    25 February 2015

    It's okay to be a glowstick

    In time for Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2015, Ben's blog carries a poignant message - sometimes we have to break before we shine.