Keep that music going, the music with the rhythm, you know, the music with the beat that says ‘yes, we can’, ‘yes, we can’. Let’s all dance to this music, let’s find a partner and dance and dance. Get lost, ED. We don’t want to dance with you. Go. Get lost. We don’t like you. You’re a bully. You can’t fool us. We will stomp all over you, until there is nothing left of you. Let’s turn that music up louder, louder. Keep dancing. Feels so good. Yes, we can do it, we can do it together. We have learnt that dancing is more fun when we dance with a friend, with family, with anyone we truly trust. We have learnt that when families take part in eating disorder advocacy the music sounds brighter, the pace faster, the rhythm stronger.
Keep dancing. Come on, we want you to join in. Yes, you, and you. Everyone except ED. Let’s dance the same dance – in our own life, in our family’s life, in our community’s life. When families unite in advocacy what do they create? A community. When communities unite in advocacy, what do we create? A support network around the world.
Imagine, holding hands around the world, kicking up our heels, moving with the music, dancing, dancing on ED. United, together, we can keep the pace, get the message out. Get lost, ED.
Laura, until we meet again — what can I say? (Mustn’t cry) Dance, girl, dance.