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April 7, 2018

It was during one of our drives that we stopped at a local antique shop. We share a love for rummaging around antique shops, finding all kinds of treasures, only being ill, takes most, but not all, of the joy away.

February 1, 2018

I struggled from anxiety that led to self-harm, triggered by low self-esteem, bullying, family problems and bereavement. I never felt like I fitted in anywhere, I floated from group to group, feeling like an outsider and contently blended into the background. Alcohol g...

January 30, 2018

I am lonely. I am now in recovery from a decade of anorexia and it’s only now that I can fully admit to myself, and even fully feel, how lonely I have become. Anorexia is an isolating illness. It takes over more and more headspace until there’s little mental energy lef...

June 2, 2017

Sometimes saying “I am not okay” is the hardest thing to get out; slightly ironic really when everyone who knows me will tell you I never stop talking. But what..

May 5, 2017

‘Thank goodness we’ve caught it early.’ These words truly set the wheels in motion for me. What had previously been an unconscious struggle with food and self i

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