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Earlier this year, YouTuber Eugenia Cooney took a social media break and sought help for her eating disorder. I was so relieved, and other’s were too. A picture was posted on Instagram of her new haircut, and Twitter exploded. The picture was shared everywhere as well as before & after comparisons, and comments about how… Continue reading What NOT to say to someone with an eating disorder
Crash N Sane trilogy was released in 2017 and was a remake of the first 3 crash games; Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes Back, and Warped. I spent my childhood glued to the Crash Bandicoot games, so I just had to get my hands on the N Sane Trilogy. I hope they eventually re-release Twinsanity, and… Continue reading Reviewing Childhood: Crash Bandicoot playing the N Sane Trilogy
I adore Harry Potter, but I have concerns about the franchise. Is J.K Rowling ruining Harry Potter? Is it time for the Boy Who Lived to finally die? The Boy Who Lived When Deathly Hallows Part 2 came out, I thought that was the last bit of Harry Potter content until the inevitable remake. I… Continue reading Should the Boy Who Lived finally die? – J.K Rowling is ruining Harry Potter
I don’t like the concept that a girl can’t be pretty and smart, or that we can’t be girly and intelligent. These things are not mutually exclusive. I do not take well to being told to be more “ladylike”, as being “ladylike” implicates sitting there looking pretty, or being a good little house wife; I… Continue reading Like a girl
Christmas is supposed to be the happiest time of the year and the abundance of food everywhere actually verges on gluttony, 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… Continue reading Surviving Christmas with an Eating Disorder
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