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Smash TALK: Not One More for Eating Disorders Awareness Month

Feb 22, 2023 | 6:00pm - 7:30pm (MST)

It’s time to talk about eating disorders on campus. Maybe it’s your teammate. Your roommate. Your partner. The person you sit next to in class. Or someone you pass when you go to the gym. Maybe it’s you, and you just don’t know how to ask for help.

Whoever it may be, it’s likely that right now you know somebody who is silently struggling with an eating disorder and feels like they don’t know how to talk about it.

Join us during National Eating Disorders Awareness Month on February 22 from 8 - 9:30 p.m. EST to be a part of an honest, compassionate conversation on eating disorders.

In this intimate panel discussion with some of your favorite mental health advocates and influencers, you will -

  • Hear from mental health advocates about their lived experience and recovery journey
  • Learn about signs of eating disorders and problematic diet trends
  • Talk about how you can change the conversation around diet culture on your campus

As part of The National Alliance for Eating Disorders’ NOT ONE MORE event, this event is created in hopes that NOT ONE MORE life is lost, NOT ONE MORE person is taken, and NOT ONE MORE moment is destroyed by an eating disorder.

A Note on Say It Brave Watch Parties:

Campus counseling centers, athletic departments, student groups (The Hidden Opponent, Morgan’s Message, Active Minds, Sororities/Fraternities), resident advisors, and more are encouraged to host Watch Parties by gathering a group together to watch and discuss a Say It Brave on Campus event. You can live-stream our Smash TALK: Not One More event on February 22nd, or host a Watch Party at a later date with the recording if that works better for your group. Visit to download your free Eating Disorders Awareness Month Event and Resource Kit, designed in partnership with the National Alliance for Eating Disorders.

Given the nature of this topic, we recommend that a mental health provider is available to help students process and facilitate discussions. Please contact for more information or for any assistance with your Watch Party. One school will be surprised with a Super Say It Brave Watch Party, which includes food from a local restaurant and other surprises!

*Please note, you must register for the event by February 22nd to receive the event on-demand.

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