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Eating disorders come in many different shapes and sizes. Some people have it their entire life, some people limit themselves so much that their bodies starve, some people have binge eating disorder.

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We Learnt A Lot About Ourselves – And Each Other

We didn’t speak about it at the time, about what it was like for Kate, or what it was like for her, going through this thing that we were both going through: Alex’s eating disorder.

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Lessons I learnt from having anorexia

When I was suffering from anorexia, I was striving for what I believed to be the perfect life.

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Anorexia: Not Fitting the Stereotype

There are hundreds, thousands maybe, of stereotypes surrounding anorexia. And some of them might be true. For some people.

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What even is recovery?

Recovery... Everyone is always told “to choose recovery” but we are never told exactly how to achieve this or what this even really means.

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Refocus Your Thinking on Food, Body and Mind

Recovery is a long road. Sometimes there will be bumps and hills and the occasional spiral, but you learn to make yourself stronger each time you are set back.

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Only in the process of recovery did I discover who I was.

Any recovery takes time. There’s no set pace or step-by-step guide and everyone will have a different experience going through recovery.

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Eat or be eaten: I consume food so it doesn’t consume me.

On the surface, I do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING – no full-time job, no university studies, no running, no dance classes, no responsibilities. I can lounge around all day, take nap after nap and am not expected to be ‘productive’.

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Recovery has been my Rebirth

It is incredibly difficult to say those three words within your own mind, let alone unleashing them aloud: I need help.

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There’s no shame here

We live in a world where our society defines us. A world where we must look perfect and act perfect to fit in. But what is perfect? What is normal?

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When the Choice to Recover Comes From Within

Eight years of suffering from an eating disorder. Almost eight years spent in utter denial over the fact anything was wrong. Even in the darkest times spent as an inpatient in hospital never once did I use the “a word” because that was something other people struggled with.

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Rebuilding relationships

I suffered from an eating disorder from the age of 12 to 22 and throughout this time and in the years after, I experienced social isolation and loneliness in many forms.

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