I'm a Twenty year old mental health advocate. My goal is to help diminish the stigma that surrounds mental health, I'm doing this by being open about my own mental health issues, and also by educating others on mental illnesses,With knowledge comes understanding, with understanding comes acceptance.
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Category Archives: Eating Disorders
I’ve spent the past couple of weeks trying to clean out my room of all the possible triggering things. Things such as negative paintings and sketches, empty bottles that have been hiding under my bed, and all the possible self injurious … Continue reading
While in my eating disorder program we learned partialy what it takes to be fully diagnosed with an eating disorder. With me and my love of psychology I was quite interested in this aspect of this particular group session so … Continue reading
*Still Inpatient* I have written numours times about my eating issues. When I was younger I was plagued with Anorexia, and as the years went by for a few months I was going through Binge Eating Disorder. Recently I have … Continue reading
*Still Inpatient* The tree is lit, the decorations are hung and presents are wrapped, but sadly this year I am spending my Christmas here as in an inpatient here on the psychiatric ward, where there is a small Christmas tree … Continue reading
*Still Inpatient* I was given this sheet*, with guidelines for normalized eating by my dietician yesterday. I have expressed before in past posts how I struggle with healthy eating, and healthy eating habits. I have also expressed this to my … Continue reading
*Still Inpatient* Recently I finally came clean to my psychiatrist about the extent of my unhealthy eating habits, the restrictive eating, the binging and the purging. At first I was terrified of what she would say, I was afraid of … Continue reading
This was a message I had been sent through another social media site today. Know I’m not going to say I have a diagnosed eating disorder, I never had, I came close to having been able to be diagnosed with … Continue reading