Does disordered eating impact your life?
Welcome to Hunger Artist.
A website dedicated to the experience and science of eating disorders—providing you with the tools you need to rid your life of disordered eating.
Hello there, I’m Emily Troscianko.
After my ten dark years of anorexia ended in 2008, I gathered strands of my research focused specifically on disordered eating and recovery to build resources to help others reach recovery.
This Hunger Artist has nothing to do with the artistry of not-eating—after all, there is no such thing.
It’s concerned with the complex art and science involved in learning to listen, and respond, to your many hungers again, when an eating disorder has made you forget how.
10 Steps to a New Year’s Resolution That Will Work
New Year’s resolutions are really easy to get wrong, where wrong typically means unviable (e.g. too vague or unrealistic to be able to follow through on) and/or ill-conceived (i.e. even if you did follow through,…Keep reading
How To Bridge the Insight/Action Gap (Part 2)
Analysing and undercutting the structures, beliefs, and practicalities that make it easier to intellectually understand than to act accordingly.Keep reading
How To Bridge the Insight/Action Gap (Part 1)
How can we understand—and then bring to an end—the frustration and the damage caused by having insight and persistently not acting on it?Keep reading