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Kim Marshall

Eating Disorder Expert. Author. Speaker. Practitioner. Anorexia Recoverer.

Kim Marshall, founded Kiss Goodbye To Ana, following her own recovery from anorexia and bulimia and now helps women with eating disorders and particularly anorexia, to feel relaxed about themselves and their bodies, and to feel free without anxiety. Kim’s first book, “How To Kiss Goodbye To Ana”, published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers, is available worldwide. She speaks about her personal and professional experience of eating disorders. For more information see

Five Reasons Why You Might Not Be Happy

It's World Mental Health Day today and as someone who has recovered from anorexia and now works with clients with eating disorders and other addictions, it leads me to think:
10/10/2017 11:01 BST

But I Can't Have Anorexia, I'm Not Skeletal

The recent Netflix film <em>To The Bone</em> required Lily Collins to lose weight for the lead role to show a skeletal figure. This is often how we envisage people struggling with anorexia but this is not always the case.
17/09/2017 22:41 BST

Why You Shouldn't Always Compliment Someone On Their Weight Loss

Eating disorders aren't about food, eating or weight but this becomes the focus. I'm not saying that everyone who ever loses or puts on weight has an eating disorder, but it can often be as a response to unhappiness. So why not give that person the opportunity to talk, to open up about their feelings. That's more helpful than a compliment.
20/06/2017 13:11 BST

One Thing I Needed To Do Before I Became Free From My Eating Disorder

I was determined to focus on my girls. I didn't want them to feel the pain I was feeling. But this meant I was neglecting my own grief. Who am I kidding? I didn't want to face it. I didn't choose to have an eating disorder but it became my way of coping, of controlling my life at a time when I felt I had no control.
14/06/2017 12:37 BST