Just before COVID or in
I was actually going through a really,
and it made me sit
and trying to learn
and where I was going, etc.. And,
you know, I kind of revisited
elements of my past from losing my mom at 18
to experiencing my eating disorder from 14
until I joined up really.
And it was a time where I felt like
And it's true
you often come out the other side
And that's exactly what happened.
And I thought a lot
And so I want to learn more about this.
I've got the capacity, what can I do
So I actually contacted BEAT
organization for eating disorders,
and they had ambassador training.
So I took part in the ambassador training,
and all families of sufferers
and learn about how they could
took part in the
course and became a great ambassador
I think it was 2020
I was literally just inundated by emails
from people that had family members
that were working with colleagues,
And ultimately, you know,
of eating disorders is imperative.
And I sometimes feel like,
environment creates that stigma of,
we've got to try and not talk about it
for having an eating disorder.
And I think that that's for everyone
will agree, you know, that it's
and they've had to revisit
a lot in their life to better understand