This time of year for many can be about giving thanks and feeling gracious.  Living with a loved one who is suffering from an eating disorder can be trying, and often it feels as if there is nothing for which to be grateful.  The Nebraska Eating Disorder Network (NEDN) has made it part of their mission to be a network for those impacted by eating disorders.  One way to create a network is to share stories of recovery.  This month we invite those impacted by eating disorders to share their stories of hope and resilience.  You can share these stories through or through our website.  To start the month, we are sharing an inspiring article through The Mighty on the isolation of being a parent of a child struggling with an eating disorder.

The Isolation of Being a Parent Whose Child Struggles With an Eating Disorder