Free Recovery Resources
"Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or small, large or petty—never give in."
- Winston S. Churchill
All the recovery guides, podcasts, and blogs that are on this site are free. If you would like to make a donation you can do so here:
All donations go to AEDRA Meal Support Service to provide a person in need with meal support. Thank you
Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
AEDRA is the recipreant of the Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast hosted by Tabitha Farrar.
This podcast covers all aspects of eating disorder recovery from the science behind understanding what an eating disorder really is, to implementing effective, and above all, evidence-based treatment. Podcast host Tabitha Farrar suffered Anorexia from age 17 to 26, then spent four years in recovery. She has now made a full recovery and lives a happy and full life. She has published a book called Love Fat outlining her recovery and explaining the often misunderstood concepts that underly this brain-based disease. This podcast will range from interviews with ED experts, to parents, to adult sufferers, to how to manage child sufferers, to the latest research, to everyday musings. Host and producer: Tabitha Farrar Disclaimer: This podcast is not endorsed by any medical professionals. Tabitha's opinions are her own.
AEDRA's Online Recovery Group for Adults
Adults over the age of 25 can join us in our recovery Slack Group (forum). You can find out more details here.
This article explains how meditation affects the brain, and why mindfulness is a useful and effective tool when recovering from an eating disorder.
This article offers some short mediatation ideas for before, during and after mealtimes.
This article offers ideas on how to manage high levels of anxiety during mealtimes.
How to plan for meals in a way that will raise your chances of success
Free Resources donated to AEDRA by Tabitha Farrar:
These resources are available on Tabithafarrar.com and you will be redirected to that site in order to download them
This is designed for adults who are in recovery from an eating disorder and are actively trying to get better.
This is a guide for adults who are helping another adult recover from an eating disorder. While written for partners of adult sufferers it is also relevant for parents and friends of adult sufferers.