Q: Surprise beautiful person! Once you receive this award, you must paste it into 8 people’s asks who deserve it. If you break the chain nothing will happen, but it’s good to know someone thinks you’re beautiful on the inside and out. ♥ :)

Aw Thankyou beautiful, lots of love x

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Q: what is clobber? :o (sorry i don't speak yorkshire ;) ) hahaha

Clothes, fashion, items of material you place around your bod :) it’s ok! I’m hoping to educate the world in the lingo of Yorkshire :)

asked by Anonymous

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Q: K

K: What’s the biggest lie you have ever told?

Oh jeez there have been a few…well A LOT, there have been many times when I’ve lied about what I’ve eaten, I’ve faked my weight, and there’s a few times when someone’s been like do you fancy so-and-so and I’m like Nooo when really I do lol

asked by Anonymous

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Q: Is it normal to be really really attracted to junk food during recovery?



100% normal and good! Processed foods or “junk foods” (honestly, not the best word for food cause food isn’t junk) are easier to digest and absolutely WONDERFUL for your recovering body. You’re eating yummy things and nourishing your body. Usually, they’re higher in calories and fats and sugars, which your body desperately needs to survive, let alone recover from an extreme imbalance of energy, i.e. your eating disorder. Eat whatever you want, as long as its not a disordered choice and you’re hitting the minimum calories that you need to be hitting :)


asked by Anonymous

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Extremely Invasive Questions. GO.
  • A: Are you a virgin?
  • B: 3 biggest pet peeves
  • C: Celebrity crush?
  • D: If you could go back in time and change one thing, what would it be?
  • E: Do you smoke?
  • F: Do you drink?
  • G: If you had to rank yourself on a scale of 1 to 10, what would you be?
  • H: Longest relationship and with who?
  • I: 5 turn ons
  • J: 5 turn offs
  • K: What's the biggest lie you have ever told?
  • L: Would you ever date someone of another race?
  • M: What is your sexual orientation?
  • N: Top 5 traits you look for in a person that you want to have a relationship with
  • O: Who are you crushing on right now?
  • P: Who is your bestfriend?
  • Q: Your guilty pleasure?
  • R: Who was your first kiss?
  • S: Do looks matter to you?
  • T: What kind of underwear are you wearing?
  • U: How big is your penis or for a girl, how big are your boobs
  • V: How far have you gone?
  • W: Do you like it when people play with your hair?
  • X: Are you circumcised?
  • Y: Do you name your private parts?
  • Z: Do you pee in the shower?
  • Prepares for none what so ever....
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Please eat, imagine if in 30 years time you’re still living with this horrible illness because you didn’t make the decision to recover now. Eat that cake and buttery toast before bedtime, have a milky hot chocolate with melted marshmallows in it because although those things seem very significant now, in the bigger picutre they’re really not. In 30 years time you won’t even remember eating the ‘scary foods’ but what you will remember is spending what’s meant to be the best years of your life worrying about grams of fat, sugar and calories.

Forever reblog

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Q: I wasn't being sarcastic. I was genuinely curious. Where I live everyone is constantly working and on the go, and as soon as someone wants to sleep in an hour people judge them. It frustrates me because listening to your body is healthy and if it needs sleep, it needs sleep.

Ah ok dokie, that sucks. Everyone needs time out man. Even Katniss goes to sleep in the tree in THG. And she’s super. Don’t ever let anyone judge you for a basic right such as sleeping and energising your body. Chances are, them folk that don’t energise themselves aren’t working optimally anyway so more fool them! :)

asked by Anonymous

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Q: It's not seen as shameful to get an extra hour of sleep where you live?

Erm, no, why would it be?

Or is this han been a Sheldon and needing a sarcasm sign?

asked by Anonymous

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Why is being hungry and getting something to eat seen as something shameful and bad when being thirsty and getting something to drink is the same thing and it’s seen as completely normal?

Why is it also non shameful to have an extra hour in bed if you’re tired. Put on another jumper if you’re cold. Breathe a bit deeper if you need a bit of extra breath…

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Q: I just read your friends triggering comment, I've never eaten a pint of ice cream in my life either but I know I definitely could easily if I wanted to and wasn't lactose intolerent haha but does that person know you have an eating disorder? Blumming heck what a stupid thing to say!

Aha yeah she says it all the time (to my face!) and she always looks disgusted like a pint of ice cream what an absolute atrocity. And yeah she knows I have an ED. She can be very helpful and comforting, but as one of my other friends says about her - she simply has no filter. At all. You know, most people think ‘I might keep that to myself’ or ‘it’ll sound crazy if I say that’ she just seems to skip the thinking process and just blurt it out. 90% of the time it provides high comedic value, but the last 10% it can be either a bit hurtful or irritating. I do think my friends underestimate how bad stuff is with me, like one of my close friends thought that for me it was simply about wanting ‘control’ so that’s why I ‘controlled’ what I ate, but I did explain to her that it’s about a lot of other things too. I guess ordinary people can quite fathom it and understand the depths of it! Thankyou lovey

asked by Anonymous

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Q: tw? The other day I was eating a pint, my cousin was with me and he told me something like: Oh my gosh, arent you super full? you just ate the whole pint! It triggered me a lot and I didnt want to eat nothing else during the rest of the day, but I did it :), but I'm so triggered! Also I cant believe I will be able to maintain with 3500 calories(thats what I´m eating right now)I cant believe I'll be able to continue eating pints and maintain,a pint is a lot according to my cousin and other people

I don’t know what you want me to say, other than WELL DONE YOU :)

No, seriously. Like, my friend left an insanely triggering comment on my pic of my pint last night, and tbh, you just shrug it off and be like puh-lease it’s just more yummy points for me (think of that guy on that gif that says something like how calories are yum points and the higher they are the more yummier it is). Most ‘normal’ people don’t notice how much they eat, cos they don’t focus on it, and they probably notice how ‘much’ you eat because they’re like ‘omg they’ve got an ed must notice every morsel that gets put in their mouth’. I’m the same tho, it feel like I eat tonnes, but we don’t, it’s cos like…’normal’ people munch on bits in the day, they eat unknown calories, they add bits here there and everywhere, they drink calories…like a ‘normal’ (sorry I keep putting ‘normal’ in apostrophes) person might be like ‘let’s nick a few of your crisps’, then taste a couple of spoonfuls of tea when it’s cooking, then when they’re grating some cheese for a sandwich, they’ll munch on a bit of that, and have a glass of juice cos they’re thirsty without thinking about it, whereas an ed person will over process that and add it all up and blah blah.

It’s ok tho! Plus, I forgot to mention, often people with EDs (or recovering should I say) go hypermetabolic and need more calories to maintain a healthy weight, and the idea is that you don’t reduce your calories for maintenance anyway so I’m so proud of you for saying yes I will continue to eat ice cream pints and what I want in remission, that is a perfect attitude to have. Big grins for you anon

asked by Anonymous

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Q: Once you get this you have to say five nice things about yourself publicly, then send it to ten of your favourite followers.

Eeh these are getting harder!! I love you tho alexia :3

1. My little car as it is lovely squeaky clean (apart from the annoying bird poo that’s on the windscreen but we’ll ignore that)
2. My big ass massive folder full of magazine cuttings I’ve got
3. My memories box
4. My iTunes library (so many good songs rn!)
5. My communications I have with so many groovy people on tumblr (like you!)

asked by wishes-for-alexia

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