What is The Communité?
The Communité is a monthly eating disorder recovery newsletter filled with guest blog posts, recovery wins, healthful coping tools, mantras and affirmations, a column from Alliance Community Member, Takechia Jackson, and so much more!
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Why The Communité?
At The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness, we are on a mission to create an inclusive community where everyone feels welcomed, seen, heard, and supported.
Eating disorder recovery is hard and can feel really lonely sometimes. We, at The Alliance, understand the importance of community. We’ve heard time and time again how significant our support groups have been in creating that sense of belonging and connection, and how, sometimes, it feels like that sense goes away when group is over.
That is why The Communité was born!
“The Communité grew out of a space where we knew that we had such a beautiful sense of belonging and togetherness in our support groups, and so what we wanted to do was bring that connectedness to you outside of group.” – Johanna Kandel, Founder + CEO of The Alliance
The Communité will be a monthly newsletter filled with guest blog posts, recovery wins, healthful coping tools, mantras and affirmations, a column from Alliance Community Member, Takechia Jackson, and so much more!
And the monthly newsletter is just the starting point for The Communité. As we continue to work on providing you with that connectedness you experience at groups, outside of group times, there will be more exciting additions to this initiative!
If there is something you would like to see in The Communité, please let us know!
Always remember: recovery is possible…and it’s happening!
If you or a loved one is currently struggling with an eating disorder, it’s important to know that you are not alone. The Alliance is here and we understand what you are going through. Connect with us at https://Findedhelp.com/ to find eating disorder treatment options near you today or visit our site to learn more about our free, virtual, therapist-led support groups.