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Surviving Christmas with an Eating Disorder

Christmas is supposed to be the happiest time of the year, but for anyone suffering from an eating disorder it’s a time of high stress. In fact, holidays like Halloween, Thanksgiving (if you celebrate that), and Easter are actually scary and are something someone with an eating disorder dreads because it means having to face… Continue reading Surviving Christmas with an Eating Disorder

Mental Health

How I Mind My Mental Health: 15 Things That Make Me Feel Better

We know how to physically take care of ourselves, but the conversation surrounding our mental wellbeing and self-care is lacking. These are 15 things that make me feel better when it comes to how I mind my mental health.  I want to stress: that going for a walk will not cure depression or mental illness.… Continue reading How I Mind My Mental Health: 15 Things That Make Me Feel Better

Book Reviews · Mental Health

Book Review: Me and my Mate Jeffery

After reading Me and my Mate Jeffrey book I feel like Niall Breslin (Bressie) is a close friend of mine; that’s how open and raw it is. I also felt like I was reading my own life story. Obviously the events of my own life are worlds apart from Bressie’s but the feelings were similar.… Continue reading Book Review: Me and my Mate Jeffery

Book Reviews · Mental Health

Book Review: Girl, Interrupted

Based on the author’s 2-year incarceration in McLean’s psychiatric hospital, Girl, Interrupted establishes itself as an unnerving yet brilliant memoir of Susanna Kaysen’s. This Girl, Interrupted book review will go further…  What Girl, Interrupted is about: The novel details Kaysen’s introduction to the hospital at just 18 years old for what she believed to be… Continue reading Book Review: Girl, Interrupted