Review of Netflix ‘To the Bone’  

Note – This post due to nature of the film will discuss behaviours that will be triggering and I would advise if you read this as an ED sufferer, dependant on where you are in your recovery you consider this before reading. Also -spoiler alerts! Like many in the recovery community I had been awaiting… Continue reading Review of Netflix ‘To the Bone’  

Anxiety- What made me a ‘grass’ at 10.

For some reason I seem to be seeing a lot articles and links on social media at the moment about anxiety and so begins blog number 5! Being anxious is a perfectly normal feeling when a person feels under pressure in some way. A feeling that for many usually passes once the stressor is removed… Continue reading Anxiety- What made me a ‘grass’ at 10.

Recovery from an eating disorder.

When I decided to start this blog I had a few things that I knew I absolutely wanted to write about. One of them being recovery. What is it? What does it look like? What does it feel like? Primarily because I am so thankful this is the stage I am at but also because… Continue reading Recovery from an eating disorder.

The media, eating disorders and body image.

First, it’s important to note that I am not qualified to claim I know how and why eating disorders originate. What I can do is share my own thoughts based on my own experiences and observations, and from what I have tried to teach myself. I like to think I’m quite self-aware, unfortunately having an… Continue reading The media, eating disorders and body image.

Blog 1 – The importance of early intervention and mental health services for eating disorders.

So, I’ve toyed with the idea of writing more publicly for a while now, I’d discussed it with friends but quite frankly never had the metaphorical balls to do it but after a few recent discussions and some gentle persuasion, here I am. I’m a bit apprehensive about posting some of the things I intend… Continue reading Blog 1 – The importance of early intervention and mental health services for eating disorders.