New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

Recovered & reaching out I BEAT ANOREXIA

After experiencing chunks of hair falling out, plummeting weight and her nails turning blue, it took one life-changing university doctor for Christine Deacon to get the help she needed – after six years of suffering anorexia.

Now, the Vancouver-based Kiwi is hoping her new service, Canopy Eating Disorder Support Services, will help connect New Zealanders with such crucial support. And, while recounting her own struggles isn’t easy, the 29-year-old also hopes to illustrate how

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