Tag: Autism Spectrum Disorder
Feeling invisible in the waiting room of the Emergency Department: Part one
Watching loved ones grieve while you’re still alive is difficult, but this is what I have seen when my family was confronted with the severity of my anorexia nervosa (AN). Part two is to come.
Recovery doesn’t always feel good but it’s worth it in the end
Quality over quantity, and that goes for weight restoration as well. The quality of life I will have over the amount I weigh is so much more important to me. If you cannot find those words inside your mind today to tell yourself that you're beautiful and deserving, I am telling you now that you are.
Proving our eating disorder mind wrong
Recovery is not easy, and it is something that we take on as a full-time job, entirely dedicated to ourselves by working days and night by learning new and healthy habits.
Exposing cracks in care when living with autism and anorexia nervosa
5:53am. I watch the morning sun become brighter through the cracks in my window, just as I watch the sun fade into darkness at night. Nights are lonely. My anxiety rises as the sun drops lower.
Facing fears when recovering from an eating disorder
I might not have children, a husband or a home of my own, but I have the days ahead. The fog has lifted, and I no longer walk with my hands blindly reaching out for what’s just in reach.
I’m Sarah, and I welcome you to Living with Autism and Anorexia Nervosa
I hope to build an interactive and supportive community within the Eating Disorder (ED) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) community, that doesn’t exclude other mental health issues.