After struggling with an eating disorder for four years, Christie Begnell is now coming out with a book of her work that illustrates the realities of living with an ED.
Depression isn’t glamorous and I am so thankful “One Tree Hill” portrayed it in a realistic way.
Did you know that getting a thigh gap, a defined ab crack, or the goddess-like back dimples will make you more beautiful, valuable, and happy?
In the movies when you’re depressed everything is better.The pretty girl dates you so that she can fix you.
You can’t cure stupid.
In order to find the things in this life worth holding onto, we must first master the art of letting go.
When you suffer with anxiety, everything you used to do that you enjoyed feels impossible.
I was in the NICU for the first three months of my life.
After years of struggling with self-image and weight, I know exactly how it feels to be that woman who feels guilty, unworthy, and unloved.
You were put on this earth for a reason. Do not let anybody convince you otherwise. I want you to fight back and prove to yourself that you are more.