One of the reasons it took a while for me to seek professional help again was because when I was attending counselling sessions back when I was in an in-patient, then a day patient ED programme, I felt that the psychologist and I were merely going in circles. Each session would be a poke into […]
The irony that at the bottom of this article about Liza Golden-Bhojwani and how she learned to embrace herself after struggling with anorexia as a runway model is a link to "'Healthy' Foods with Hidden Calories". Similarly, it boggles my mind how flipping through a Fitness and Health magazine often means having to see advertisements of slimming … Continue reading Embrace.
The trouble with youth is that we think we will be young forever; that our bodies will always be limber and our beauty will never fade; that our skin will always be taut and our bones will always be strong; that we will always have Time on our side and that it will never run short. At … Continue reading The Trouble with Youth.
About a quarter of 2017 has passed and while I try to keep my blogposts light and upbeat most of the time, I also think it's important to share some of the things I have been going through in terms of ED and recovery. The truth is, in recent weeks, my default feeling towards myself … Continue reading To The Point.
I believe I can safely say that after his love for me, Flo's next love is for bread. Ok. Squeeze his beautiful sister, family and close friends in, thennnn you have bread! I know that my dearest boyfriend can be quite particular about bread what with him being from Germany and having bread as a … Continue reading For Love.
I've mentioned before that one of our couple friends have moved in down the road to us about a month ago although granted, down the road is still a good 10-15min walk away. We spent this last weekend with them first having dinner together Friday evening at a Vietnamese restaurant Flo and I think highly … Continue reading JooC Crew.
For someone as stubborn as I am, it is often not easy to ask for help, especially not from people whom I am not close to. I knew however, that recovery would be an uphill climb and that eventually, I would need some psychological support to help pull me through the end of the tunnel. … Continue reading An Extra Hand.