The harmful consequences of eating disorders can impact an individual’s physical, emotional, and psychosocial wellness. However, these consequences may be exacerbated by the use of pro-eating disorder online media. In this study, we used a hermeneutic phenomenological qualitative inquiry to explore the experiences of an international sample of adults engaging with pro-eating disorder online media. Analysis revealed themes and subthemes and provided context for meaning(s) individuals experience when engaging in pro-eating disorder media. Implications for counsellors across the globe are discussed.