Tag Archives: Cynthia M. Bulik

Our blood counts – 3000 Aussies give blood to help find cure for anorexia nervosa

Blood donations from 3000 Australians and New Zealanders are assisting the journey to find the causes of anorexia nervosa. Well done, Australia and New Zealand! As an ardent supporter of this amazing research led by Professor Cynthia Bulik and her team and was excited today to receive the following letter from leading Australian researcher in the project, Professor Nick Martin: […]

How a chocolate fish came to cross the ocean blue in bid for Anorexia cure

There was a package to collect at the post office. Curiosity mounted as the postmaster handed a small, well-padded package over the counter. The sender’s address: UNC Center of Excellence of Eating Disorders. I got as far as my car before excitement got too much – I opened the package and … released a beautiful chocolate fish! […]

Turn the page on ED – meet the authors in Brisbane

There will be tears, for sure, at our At Home with Eating Disorders conference, but laughter, too. Lots of it. Laughter is good medicine; together with love, I firmly believe it is the best antidote to ‘Ed’. To help you make the most of this inaugural event, we have organised two evening social dates for […]

Looking in the Mirror

  ‘We’re never good enough, smart enough, pretty enough, tall enough, thin enough … We look in the mirror and say things to ourselves that we would never say to other people … Women are experiencing a self-esteem crisis …’ ‘… Why does our inner struggle with identity and self-esteem translate directly to weight and […]