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Recovery is Life
I have a 'normal' journal here:mrsemmielou
which contains journal entries from 2001 to present day

I include the entries that are included with my 'normal' journal, pictures of my dachshunds and other everyday entries.
I use this journal to vent about things related to my body, eating habits and other related issues that I don't feel is appropriate for my 'normal' journal.
I started this journal in 2005 when my anorexia was at its worse and I felt I needed to use another username to vent my struggles with my mental illnesses


I have been diagnosed with Anorexia (purging type), Borderline Personality Disorder and Depression.
Although I am currently in recovery for anorexia and I put anything of a triggering nature under a LJ cut.


This journal is friend's only, so please reply to my "friend's only" post to be added.
abuse survivors, accepting yourself, accupuncture, addictions, anarchism, anorectic, anorexia, anorexia nervosa, anorexia recovery, anorexic, anti-depressants, anxiety, anxiety attacks, anxiety disorder, art, asking for help, astrology, bands, bisexuality, bmi, body disorders, body dysmorphic disorder, body image, books, buspar, buspirone, calorie-counting, celexa, cipramil, citalopram, colon irrigation, colonic, compulsion, compulsive exercise, concerts, control, converse sneakers, coping, counting calories, cutting, depression, diazepam, dogs, dothiepin, eating disorder, eating disorder recovery, eating disorder support, eating disorders, ed, effexor, effexor xr, emaciated, emetophobia, enema, exercise, eyeliner, fluoxetine, food, gaining weight, green tea, group therapy, guitar, healing, hello kitty, help, hospital, hospitalization, in-patient, inpatient, inpatient treatment, insomnia, internet, ip, irritable bowel syndrome, irritable colon, laxatives, low self-esteem, major depression, manga, manic depression, medication, mental disorders, mental health, mental illness, mental illnesses, movies, nail picking, obsessive compulsive disorder, ocd, osteopenia, osteoporosis, outpatient treatment, pain killers, painting, panic attacks, panic disorder, panic disorders, personality disorder, pro-recovery, prozac, psychiatric hospital, psychiatric ward, psychiatrist, psychiatry, psychology, recover your life, recovery, recovery from eating disorders, recoveryourlife.com, restricting, ruinyourlife.com, ryl, scars, seeking help, self harm, self hate, self help, self image, self injury, self mutilation, self-control, self-harm, self-injury, sleep disorders, social anxiety, starvation, strength, stress, suicide, support, survivors, taking action, tattoos, therapy, thin, thinness, too skinny, too thin, treatment, under-eating, underweight, venlafaxine, vomit phobia, weighing, weight, weight acceptance, weight issues, weight management, willpower, youtube

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