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Men ‘suffer in silence’ due to ‘shame’ over seeking help for eating disorders

Kerrie, Orri CEO & Founder, speaks with Metro:

“Men are left out in the narrative with eating disorders and subsequently suffer in silence. Historically, eating disorders have been perceived as illnesses that affect women.

‘In not conforming to the stereotype of someone with an eating disorder, men face a double burden. Many men with eating disorders can feel too ashamed to visit their GP due to myths and stereotypes surrounding the illness.”

Alumni Client, Charlie, and Orri’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week campaign are also mentioned.

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