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By Charly Ring
If you could talk to your addictions what would they say? And will they always be by your side?
By Lilain Park
Sadie Thomas's journey through life has never been easy. Secrets are kept close to the vest, and she invests much of her happiness into her friends. After tragedy strikes, Sadie spends a decade of her life caught in the horizons of what to do. She treads through the waters of the world alone and...
What did i do to myself. Bloody wrists and drugs.. ropes knives and pills... someone save me from myself
based on a TRUE STORY. for a friend of mine. ~my poem~
based on a TRUE STORY. my true story. for anyone out there with eating disorders: it will get better. ~my poem~
This is my poem, written about the eating disorder Anorexia Nervosa. I have suffered with an eating disorder for the most part of 7 years. This poem IS MINE, although it has been posted on an account I used to run 'My Overactive Imagination'
Poetry | Updated Apr 14, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
I know this book is on multiple sites, but it's all me. I've posted this poem on 2 sites already, see which one I'mt he most comfortable with, I'll continue using it. But this is a true story, on my life. I hope you enjoy it, and if you do, comment, subscribe, favourite/heart and tell your...
Poetry | Updated Apr 3, 2014 | Reads: 27 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Cam was fifteen when he took his life. Why?
There are many eating disorders...this is one that is growing rapidly each day...and we may not even know it.
By Samantha Wellings
I'd really like to think my beautiful Anonymous Annie. Without you, I probably wouldn't be making an A in my class. Thank you so much, love. I hope you stay strong.
"It's like screaming. But no one can hear."
I've never been 'normal'. I don't think I ever will be. I just want to escape from the voice inside my head.
Only one person can help me.
By Jennifer Leshenn
Carlyn decided it was time to do something silly, something fun and exciting, something out of the box and there she was in Walt Disney land. It was wonderful, perfect but the thoughts were starting to creep in testing her new resolve never to surccumb to there will again.
taken from my book, "This Never Happened Before"