im ok just very busy with university work. haha, spent my day testing people for my experiment and revising about hormones! thanks for caring ^____^ xo
guy at work: ‘jess im going to call you candy from now on.’
guy at work ‘i had a stripper the other day called candy.’
me: ‘and thats relevant to me because…?’
guy at work: ‘she looked a lot like you.’
guy at work ‘i got her to strip because she looked like you.’
thank you oh so much for your input but until you produce me with your masters degree in clinical psychology anon, i dont think i’ll listen to you, and instead listen to my doctor, dietitian and therapist who all helped me when i nearly had a mental breakdown over food. i’m not proud of having an ed or trying to glamourising it, just trying to help someone who i can see going down the same journey as me.
and just for future reference i really wouldn’t stick your nose into people’s mental health issues, if you think they have an issue or not. it’s extremely degrading of you to excuse me of lying. i know there are silly people on the internet who think it’s ‘edgy’ and ‘cool’ to pretend to have mental issues, but they are very ignorant, immature people. but actually 1/3 people are effected by mental illness and i dont think you have much insight into what you’re talking about.
this is actually a funny question for me because i lost a lot of weight and became underweight after starting uni because i actually developed an eating disorder because mainly due to feeling lost, alone and out of control and finding a way of comfort through controlling my food intake. maybe im not the best person to ask, but putting on a few pounds shouldn’t be a main concern about starting university. it was a concern of mine and now looking back i can see i had a problem. i remember actually saying to a girl in my halls ‘oooh im worried about putting on the pounds being a fresher’ and she looked at me like i was crazy. not saying you do have a problem, but focusing on your weight whilst starting uni will not help you in any way. if you’re ‘terrified’ about it, it may be a problem, a fear of putting on weight is an indication that something isn’t right. xxxxx
oh my god i’m fucking sick of this generation’s mentality that your sadness is beautiful and somebody will fix you and all this fucking john green shit nobody will find you in a bookstore reading bukowski and want to lie with you and nobody will kiss your scars and you will not be like effie and freddie you’ve got to be your own fucking hero and surround yourself with positivity
this is a great post.
bored of people with no goals who just want to get high constantly.
Friendly reminder that 1200 calories is the recommended amount for a 5 year old