Conversations with… Emma Naylor (Subject: ARFID)

Growing up, all I really knew about eating disorders was the brief mention of anorexia in Jacqueline Wilson’s ‘Girls’ series or the rare article on someone overcoming bulimia in the teen magazines I read. Women’s relationship with food and the societal pressure to look a certain way was not widely discussed. Girls who nowadays would... Continue Reading →

Are you an Alexa in your relationships?

“I need to talk to you.” “You’re such a good listener!” “It reminds me of a time that this happened to me!” “Speaking of which, this happened to me today...” “That’s cool... I need to tell you about my day, though.” “Sorry I haven’t replied for a few days, but you’ll never guess what’s just... Continue Reading →

The Problem With Cover Up Makeup

Often when you have a birthmark, you are told that you could be pretty if it wasn’t there. The ever elusive idea of ‘being beautiful’ is always just slightly out of reach because of your skin. You can’t get rid of the birthmark, therefore you can’t ever be fully beautiful - at least that is what... Continue Reading →

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