Recovery is possible! Take each step,
each meal, each mouthful at a time.

How can something make you feel so good about yourself but at the same time be so dangerous? How can something that seems so wonderful have one of the highest mortality rates of any other mental illness? That one thing is Anorexia! She was amazing when I knew her (or so I thought). When we […]


When I was in hospital fighting my anorexia one of my motivations was that I wanted to travel and see the world. I remember one day sat outside on a bench in the hospital garden talking to Simon. I was stressing that my snack had 10 more calories than another girls snack. 10 calories seemed […]


I developed anorexia when I was 12 years old and I was brilliant at it. I became themaster of deception, lying to my friends and family for four years. I got sucked in tothis cycle where anorexia would give me the value I needed, this sense of purposethat I wasn’t getting from anywhere else. That […]



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