Category Archives: counselling
A cry from the past Images come and go As people do all through our lives But every now and then One of them unexpectedly Nudges And reminds us of what may have been No-one can claim immunity From their … Continue reading
Living with an eating disorder is lonely, terrifying and isolating. You continually feel mentally and physically ill. It’s an exhausting illness that insidiously draws your loved ones into your illness. It will try and suck the life out of your … Continue reading
I completely beat my eating disorder. I now want to help other sufferers to beat their eating disorder.
A few weeks ago I finally made my re-entry into the real world. By real world I don’t mean the dark twilight world that every person who has an eating disorder inhabits. I mean the real world that lies beyond … Continue reading
I know from personal experience how isolating and lonely living with an eating disorder is. When your best friend is the anorexic voice in your head, you really feel that the world is coming to an end. One moment the … Continue reading
This is potentially a very long story, so let me try and cut it short. Let’s go back to January 2001. I was back in Sheffield and I had spent around six years living with a binge eating disorder. My … Continue reading
I saw this article about the provision of eating disorders treatment in Sheffield http://www.sct.nhs.uk/news-and-events/news/news-articles/1/3030 This article is incredibly self-ingratiating and above all it’s entirely misleading. Sheffield has its very own Eating Disorder In-patient Unit. It is based in Ranmoor and … Continue reading