“The course has made me aware that everyone goes through similar struggles, worries, fears and concerns, that having support is key and you can find it on a course like this one.”
"The course has made me aware that everyone goes through similar struggles, worries, fears and concerns, that having support is key and you can find it on a course like this one."
"This course had a different form that I expected. I’m glad that it required me to get involved and allowed me to practice expressing my own feelings which I had problems with."
"It’s important to have the opportunity to develop an understanding of who I am, what I feel, what my expectation are, and how I can enjoy being myself"
“Hearing people speak from the heart about their lives encourages one to do the same.”
“Being with a diverse group of men has opened me up to the challenges of living and working with diverse experiences, values, cultures and ways of being in relationships. I have learned that I can further develop my capacity to facilitate an environment that values all men whatever their background or experience.”
Eating disorders are not unique to one gender, nor are they a 'female issue'. In 2017, Bodywhys recorded a 128% increase in men seeking support. If you or someone in your life is struggling with an eating disorder, find help at: https://t.co/i1wNYPqNLc