Straight from the Anorexic’s mouth:
BBC Interview with myself and Dr Ty Glover
Zap to 1 hour 9 minutes…
A: Trick question.
B-eat, the UK’s leading Eating Disorder charity has revealed recent research has shown that 72% of those asked to name an Eating Disorder said Anorexia, over half thought that they would be able to spot someone with an Eating Disorder and that was down to the popular, though false belief that such a [...]
I’m not Catherine, I’m Ilona.
Catherine is my middle name. I decided to use it as a pseudonym for this blog when I was about to begin writing about my time in an Eating Disorder Unit. I didn’t really think it through but it was suggested by the then Editor as a means of keeping [...]
By the end of next week, I promise you will be sick of hearing, seeing and reading me. For that, I apologise.
The reason is that it’s Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and as a B-eat Young Ambassador and well, just being me, I will, as I did last year, be doing everything I can to [...]
I took this photograph in 2007. I was frustrated with having been controlled by the scale for 10 years.
I came across this photograph tonight and realised just how many years have slipped by with meaningless numbers still having such a grip on me.
It makes me feel sad mainly. Ashamed too. Hypocritical. Weak.
I wish I could [...]
Sad news again this morning. Marie Caro, the mother of French model and anti-anorexia campaigner Isabelle Caro who lost her fight with Anorexia late last year, has committed suicide.
Trust the Daily Mail to go with the headline: “”Guilty” mother of dead anorexic model commits suicide.” Marie was overcome with guilt after the death of her [...]
Inspired by the claims of the now infamous (well done for that) Kenneth Tong, I thought I would use his inane drivel and his theory of “managed anorexia” to compile this, The Idiot’s Guide to Anorexia.
1. Anorexia is NOT a lifestyle choice.
Kenneth Tong claimed that he didn’t promote Anorexia, but “managed anorexia,” a term that [...]
An easy entry for me: it’s all been said.
The full interview: www.johannhari.com – Long, but well worth the read.
More from me later!
We all knew it anyway. Here lies the explanation behind the ridiculous behaviour of a cretin named Kenneth.
No names here. I don’t wish to give him the satisfaction. An ex-Big Brother housemate who pretty much nobody has ever heard of, nevermind recognise, has displayed over the last week what can only be described as a sickening desperation for attention.
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