People who once knew me probably wouldn't believe my situation now.
Instead of the comforting and wealthy lifestyle I was used to in Norfolk, I now have my own cramped 'bed space' in Wimbledon, in an eating disorders unit at one of the most respected treatment centres in Europe.
About one in 100 young girls suffers from an eating disorder; anorexia nervosa is the most common.
Katharine Wealthall has battled almost half her life with anorexia, and now she is resident in a special hospital designed to conquer eating problems.
Try to find out the types of sites they are looking at.
Are they research sites that describe eating disorders and their symptoms?
But a recovering love addict is a totally different, unique individual who has to approach dating with far more precaution than the average guy or girl. If you are still emotionally attached to a person, it keeps you safe from having to date someone new, and thus, experience the possibility of new pain and rejection.
Many love addicts who still have a person of addiction (Po A) on their brain long after the relationship has ended (this is a torchbearer, by the way) do so not because they still love them or think they will get back together, but as a form of protection.
There can be acceptable reasons for such a search, it could be for a school project, or perhaps they are worried about a friend and are looking up information to find out more about their condition and how to help them.
Dr Olivier Véran, a Socialist MP and neurologist who tabled the amendment to ban particularly thin models from the catwalk, said he was disappointed not to be able to punish those who “promote malnutrition and commercially exploit people who are endangering their own health”. “The social impact of the image promoted by fashion, in which women must be skinny to a pathological degree to be beautiful and go on the catwalk is very strong.” France’s burgeoning fashion industry has often been criticised for promoting wafer thin models.
Star Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld recently insisted that the industry refused to employ women who were anorexic. They are measured for their thigh circumference, but the fashion world won’t ever admit to it,” Ms Dauxerre told Europe 1.
This is my third attack of anorexia, but I am here to make sure I never have another.
For almost three months I have lived here, far away from my family, sitting down with my fellow sufferers for a compulsory three meals a day, taking the food like medicine rather than as sustenance.