Healthline Depression Awareness Campaign

Hi everyone! About a week ago I was asked to partner with Healthline for their major depressive disorder (MDD) awareness campaign. Healthline asked myself and others to share our stories, how we fight stigma, practice self-care, and start conversations about depression and mental health. Here are screenshots of my initial post for this campaign as... Continue Reading →

Review of “To The Bone”

Trigger Warning: Eating Disorders This past weekend I watched the much-anticipated film To The Bone, and these were my initial reactions: what the hell was that? it was completely unrealistic. it made the treatment seem like a joke, it emphasized the already stereotypical body type associated with anorexia. they barely focussed on recovery. the therapist didn't... Continue Reading →

I’m Scared Too

Trigger Warning: disordered thoughts, heavily retouched photo For those of you who follow me on Instagram or are friends with me on Facebook have probably noticed that I've been participating in Kenzie Brenna's #SelfLoveBootcamp for the month of July. There's a different theme every day, and I've honestly found it really helpful so far. I... Continue Reading →

Conquering the Slippery Slope

  When I was a little girl I exercised because I enjoyed it. I did ballet from age four to fourteen because I was in love with the grace and beauty of the movements, and how happy it made me feel. I took swim lessons from age five to eleven because there was something so... Continue Reading →

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