Eating disorders aren’t always about weight loss. Sure, that may be a contributing factor, but that’s not all there is to it. Riya Dharne’s story will reflect how one eating disorder can take the form of another over time.
Katy Moyes is diagnosed with OCD and anxiety at a young age. Later in life, her OCD fixates on food and she develops an eating disorder. She longs to talk to someone about what’s going on and finds private therapy is her answer.
Rozy writes about her experience with an eating disorder once she hit college and how she eventually confided in a friend so she could get help.
Olivia James shares her experience with “the middle”; the messy bit where your brain is split in two trying to comprehend life without an eating disorder while it still has an eating disorder.
Veva shares her story centred around dermatillomania (skin picking) and the depression, obsession and low self-esteem that fueled her life choices.
Suzie Grogan shares her experience growing up with anxiety, OCD and depression in as she dealt with her father’s sadness and now his ghost.
Leah reveals her experience with depression, an eating disorder and abusive relationships. Since keeping a promise, she now has a passion to work with others.