The Christmas period ends and we're quickly inundated with diet talk. Diet talk is toxic. It's everywhere. It finds an unwanted place in our social media feeds and lands itself in our junk emails and damages the ways in which we think and feel about ourselves and our bodies. It saddens me that we're a… Continue reading Diet talk in Eating Disorder recovery
Christmas is the most joyful time of the year. With otherwise dull streets covered accordingly in festive decorations and colourful, dazzling lights. Radio stations quickly transition to a never-ending loop of past and present festive hits, ranging from number ones from Elton John and Mariah Carey. People begin crowding supermarkets as though they'll never open… Continue reading Managing an Eating Disorder at Christmas
I became a Uni Student whilst under the grips of an Eating Disorder, Anorexia Nervosa. I am still in recovery from this, every day is a challenge. But I’m determined to make positive changes towards reaching my goals towards health and happiness. I enlisted my Anorexia on my University application, alongside my Autism. I remained… Continue reading Managing an Eating Disorder at Uni – Experiences And Tips from an Undergraduate
Hi everyone! Today, I wanted to talk about an (unfortunately) common topic - Suicidal thoughts. It's a personal subject I tend not to delve too much into unless I'm having a conversation with my Nurse or Therapist as it's quite a sensitive subject that admittedly frightens me the majority of the time. But I believe… Continue reading Suicidal thoughts: Stigma, encouragement and helplines!!
Hello and a Happy New Year. I wish everybody a year filled with happiness, kindness and self love. And I'm sending masses of strength and courage to those in need of it. We can do this! I believe the start of a new year isn't an indication of diets or weight loss as displayed in… Continue reading Hello 2019: Diet culture and recovery