In March 2016 I was diagnosed with anorexia. I'd been living in denial for months before but it was time to face the truth - I was ill and this wasn't going to go away. Through this blog I want to share my experiences - of how I got here, what's happened since, now, and in the times to come.
I hope that if you're here that you will see that my aim is only to raise awareness - that men can get this, that anyone can get this, and that if you can relate to any of what I blog and suspect you might be heading the way I did that you MUST seek help.
I’ve never written a blog post during ‘Eating Disorders Awareness Week’ before (I’ll abbreviate that now to its social media
Chapter 11 – October 12th, 2018 “They Wore The Shirt – The Pack Is Back” Launch Night. It’s 10.30pm
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Well that’s it then, he’s finally lost the plot. He’s started his post about his holiday with a picture of
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The First Important Point Before I launch into this I need to make a point. I need to make it
My use of Twitter has become a day-to-day lifeline, a connect of my choosing of what my interpretation of the
Groundhog Day. It’s a film that so many people have seen, a popular film that for so long I hadn’t
I’m sitting here writing this with a smile on my face (and tears filling my eyes if truth be told.)
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This post very much follows on from my last blog entry but amends the idea for now. This follows feedback