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Poem about tonight
By Arabella Hogsworth
This short story is about a teenage girl's battle with an eating disorder. It describes how torturous life can be with an eating disorder and what daily life is like whilst battling your own mind.
By Hannah Bundy
This is a personal essay I wrote for my freshman english class on the reasons as to why people are bulimic and the general thought process. My own personal reasons/thought process I suppose.
explanation as to my actions and my thoughts on society and stuff of the like
'We all get addicted to something that takes away the pain'
MAJOR TRIGGER WARNING
DON'T READ IF YOU ARE AFFECTED BY
SELF HARM, EATING DISORDERS, DEPRESSION
A LOT OF SEXUAL CONTENT AHEAD
DO NOT STEAL THIS I WILL HUNT YOU DOWN
This is the truth of someone dear to me, this is her memory, something important to be written down.
This is a poem I wrote for those who have gone through the tragedy of being diagnosed with bulimia or anorexia. Now, I have never gone through it, but I have witnessed others go through it. It's a horrible thing to see, because you are basically watching them as they fade away. So, yeah...this...
By Charly Ring
If you could talk to your addictions what would they say? And will they always be by your side?
This is a non-fiction novel (well, a very exaggerated non-fiction novel with a few scenes here and there that never actually happened) based on the life of a mentally ill yet oddly endearing individual who I know well.
Jason Jason is a seven-year-old boy with electric blue eyes and shaggy black...
By Victor Blaga
A story about a girl suffering from bulimia.
Short Story | Updated Apr 27, 2014 | Reads: 41 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
She just wants to fit in... **originally called 'Fitting In', but it's already taken. I'll probably change it soon
Short Story | Updated Feb 24, 2014 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
A day in the life of a female with an eating disorder.
This is based on a true story.
It is about Catlin Wintz, an 8th grade girl suffering from bad anxiety, depression, self harm issues, bipolarness, and eating disorders.