Thank you so much for being so candid and honest about your struggles. Whew! It’s taking me a bit to put my whole story up but I am starting my blogs in order so it will make sense, my point is though I am relieved I don’t yet have to write about my main point and what I’ve gone through I’m not ashamed at all any longer actually. But putting g it up here on the internet is intimidating but I will get to that part eventually. You can do it, I certainly can. I really loved reading your words. Thank you again for sharing. As sweet as you are to offer, I offer you a person you can vent to or just talk to anytime. Ok I have
Revised & updated version
In lieu of the horrible start I had in 2017 (horrible actually doesn’t even begin to describe it), recovery never really ends. I predicted recovery would be a challenge once I move to LA, and it definitely has been.
It used to be very difficult for me to talk about my six-year struggle with my eating disorder. It started with around thirty very detailed pages of my life story titled, Diary of Broken Shadows, that dated back to 2010 when I was in high school, when my relationship with my body started going on a downward spiral.
Now, over a year later, still going through relapses, after useful edits from my journalism peers in hand, word document open and ready to continue on to a hundred more pages, I decided to stop and go in another direction, a more relatable approach on how I’m going to share my story.
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