It’s time to stop assuming we all want the same things.
Welp. We’re in the midst of exam season, April is coming to an end, and many of us are graduating. We’re feeling that exam and paper crunch time whilst also dealing with the questions about what you’re going to do next year.
My eating disorder was always striving to find that perfect definition of health.
“If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead who would it be?”
FOMO is an anxiety grounded by the jealousy of the fun and experience we think everyone is having.
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It’s close to midnight and you scan the room, watching your friends drink away the stress of the past week. That’s what Friday nights are for, right?
The idea of anti-depressants is a tough pill for many to swallow (pun intended), but it’s one that so many require in order to get out of bed or simply enjoy the small things again. I am one of these people.
On the outside I look fine. But that’s the tricky thing about Anorexia, and mental illness in general- you can be fully functioning and pretend you’re fine even when you’re a mess (hot mess, but I digress).
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