Monthly Archives: March 2019

Bethany’s Story

Most people don’t know this about me, but I have had an eating disorder since I was eight years old.  I became anorexic after the third grade, as a result of severe emotional abuse from a couple of people in my life at the time. I’m 23 now, and I’ve fought to get my life […]

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Amanda’s Story

You can see clearly from the “then” picture posted above that I was not healthy. I was underweight and my eyes, well, they just look awful. My name is Amanda Burns, I am 26 years old and it has been 3 years, 8 months, and 22 days since I have been free of addiction. I […]

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Alexa’s Story

My story starts off like most that you hear of heroin addicts these days. I am a 27-year-old female raised in an upper-class white family who, on the outside, seemed to have everything that everyone wanted. The big house, a family with money, dropped off to school in a BMW. What I didn’t have was […]

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Brittany’s Story

It’s been nearly twelve years since I began recovering. I didn’t think of my issue as an addiction until now. I didn’t realize how much I relied on cutting as a coping mechanism. I self-harmed and I’m recovering.  But not every day is an easy day. There are days where I long for the pain. […]

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