I think one thing we can do is start looking at the conversations that never take place around eating disorders. Sometimes we don’t talk about eating disorders because they are surrounded in thick clouds of stigma, or they’re dismissed…
Something’s Gotta Give is a constructive exposé of the true barriers we face in overcoming eating disorders, in really getting to the other side of this disease. It’s a call for meaningful change, for urgent action. On everyone’s part.
It has been over 30 years since musician Karen Carpenter’s death from anorexia at age 33 put eating disorders on the radar screens of a generation. In that time, while much has been accomplished, little has changed. People are still dying. Lives are being robbed. Anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and other eating disorders are showing up earlier and among more people than ever before.
If we’re really going to get to the other side of eating disorders, something’s gotta give … What IS it?
This is the question the Looking Glass Foundation is asking of people who have something to say about this disease – many thousands of them, in all stripes and shapes of perspective and experience.
Join in the Something’s Gotta Give campaign:
- Answer our provocative question – from your point of view
- Engage in our conversation through various digital media channels (#SGG)
- Participate in our “live” Public Rally
- Be featured in a documentary whose time has come
Real people. Real conversation. Real change.