Let’s Be Honest :: My Struggle With An Eating Disorder

Posted on: February 26, 2018

This post is to raise awareness in honor of National Eating Disorder Week

February 26 – March 4, 2018

I have struggled with my weight pretty much my entire life. It has gone up and down the scale like a roller coaster; ever changing.

I was overweight when I was a child. Attribute it to not eating healthy, not enough exercise, too much screen time, family genes or what have you, but I was overweight. And I knew it. It left me feeling self-conscious around others. Always self-conscious. I was the awkward, overweight, self-conscious kid that got made fun of by others at school.

As I got older, things didn’t change much. I was bigger than most of the other girls at school and constantly felt left out and as if everyone thought I was ugly. I can still remember being in fifth grade and overhearing the other girls in my class making fun of me as they were looking at my picture in the yearbook…


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