ED (Eating Disorder) Reminder Cards

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Reminders By Amber have created ED (Eating Disorder) Reminder Cards from her lived experience. These 20 Eating Disorder Reminder Cards cover common struggles related to restrictive eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image issues.

These cards aim to support individuals struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, and/or body image issues. They empower you to challenge and shift negative thoughts to promote healthier and rational thinking, offering helpful reminders along the way.

The different areas covered include:

  • Body Image
  • Weight Gain
  • Comparing Yourself
  • Losing Motivation
  • Bad Days, Setbacks, Lapses
  • Hunger and Appetite
  • Thoughts to Restrict
  • Fullness and Bloating
  • Doubt
  • Exercise / Movement
  • Body Affirmations
  • Fear Foods (2 cards)
  • At the Beach
  • Trying on Clothes
  • Grounding Techniques
  • Reminder Statements
  • Reaching Out
  • Nutritional Facts

Product Details:

  • Approved by a clinical psychologist, specialising in eating disorder recovery
  • 20 Cards printed, designed and handmade in Australia
  • A range of calming pastel colours
  • Laminated coating
  • Key ring attached 
  • Size is 12x8cm approximately 

Amber's disclaimer: This product is not a substitute for medical advice and professional support. Please speak with a mental health professional, GP, dietitian, therapist and/or psychologist. These stickers should only be used as an additional resource/support because I am not a mental health professional. I have lived experience with a restrictive eating disorder, anxiety and other mental health issues.

For Your Mind Boxes disclaimer: For Your Mind Boxes suggests that our products be used with guidance from your mental health care professional. Our products should not be solely relied on for your Mental Health treatment. This product has been recommended and tested by a range of people with mental ill health and used them alongside their Mental Health Care professionals advice.