Dating a girl with anorexia
Combining clinical experience with a love of social media and writing, Crystal serves as the Director of Content and Social Media for Eating Disorder Hope/Addiction Hope, where her passion to help others find recovery and healing is integrated into each part of her work.
About the Author: Crystal is a Masters-level Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) with a specialty focus in eating disorders, maternal/child health and wellness, and intuitive eating.
I love gin, football, spending all my hard-earned cash in & Other Stories then moaning I’ll never have a mortgage.
Writing this article I’m mindful that I run the risk of being defined by my illness.
Eating disorders by nature are secretive, isolating diseases.
Contrary to the common misconceptions that are believed about eating disorders, many individuals who struggle with these psychiatric illnesses may look perfectly normal on the outside, not giving any reason for someone to possibly know of the chaos they might be struggling with.
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You cannot care for another person unless you have made self-care a priority and are able to follow through with the things you need to give to yourself in order to stay well.