This post was written by Nicola Smith.
Watching important people in your life suffer from an illness is excruciating. Not only are you trying to manage the difficulties of seeing someone you love suffering, but it can also be hard to know how to support and help people in these situations. Eating disorders can be difficult to deal with because of the sensitivity of discussing the illness with your friend in need.
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) defines anorexia nervosa as, ‘a persistent refusal to eat sufficient food to maintain a healthy weight’. Anorexia nervosa sufferers often see themselves as overweight, regardless of their true physical state resulting in extreme abstinence from food until serious health complications force treatment.
Anorexia is an unintentional loss of appetite or lack of interest in food. This loss of appetite is often caused by an underlying medical condition.
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Hey everyone! If you’ve been following my recent posts, you might notice how I’ve been much into photography lately… and more active in the blogosphere as well! However, on the other hand, I’ve also started to vlog again, posting videos more regularly – every Friday – and since I’m currently in that stage between high school and university, I’d like to cover this very subject as a video project to keep me going.
I already know what university I’m going to attend in July – soon! – and my place is already booked and all so I guess that I will soon be doing ‘packing’ videos and such stuff, but I’d also like to do Q&A videos.
And I’d like the questions to come from you guys.
As me anything in the comments below, everything you want to know about going to university, especially if you’re a student applying yourself this year. Even if you’re not a student, just tell me whatever information you would like to know about this high school to university process.
I’ll try my best to answer all of you.
Meanwhile here’s my latest video:
Please fill the comment box below!!! 🙂
An Evil Nymph.
It’s been a while! Been busy because of art itself. Anyway here are…
All my little tips and tricks about making an art portfolio in my latest video:
Until next time,
An Evil Nymph.
I’m so sorry for being MIA on WordPress, but I had two issues I had to deal with:
1. Mock exams!
Yeah, I’m currently in exams mode since last Wednesday thus I’ve been busy in the real world.
2. My WordPress account had been suspended!
In fact, that’s what I thought. When I tried to log in to WordPress lately it kept on saying: ‘Error: Account Suspended’. I totally panicked!!!
I took a deep breath and tried again. And again. And again. And it still showed ‘Error: Account Suspended’. However my blog was still live, so it didn’t make sense. Usually when WordPress suspends an account it also suspends the blog and mainly the blog because the latter had surely violated a Term of Use…
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That doesn’t mean that I’m quitting blogging. In fact, I might start to publish posts more frequently, but slowly at first, maybe one or two posts per week, including guest posts. If I don’t, it means I’m revising for exams!
Meanwhile, from time to time, I’ll also do this:
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Acne is something no one wants to deal with, but almost all of us have to face it at some point. Acne can mar your natural beauty, making you feel self-conscious. It can strip you of your confidence and make it hard for you to get out and enjoy being with friends or going places. It can also be quite painful.
You may scrub and scrub your face with soaps, toners and other products that promise to clear your acne, all with no success. Or you may not want to use such harsh chemicals on your face and are looking for natural remedies instead. Here are 5 natural (and effective) remedies that you can use to treat your acne and start taking back your confidence:
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