How my eating disorder fed off of my Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) (Part 2)

As I sat in the busy cafeteria of my college, I chomped down my usual menu of a burgers, fries, and Dr. Pepper. Meanwhile, the cafeteria manager, who also was a friend of mine, sat down next to me at my table.  “Amanda,” she said, “I have been watching you eat the past couple ofContinue reading “How my eating disorder fed off of my Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) (Part 2)”

How my eating disorder fed off my Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) (part 1).

As I reluctantly looked in the mirror in my college bathroom,  I would glance at the toilet and back to the mirror, then back to the toilet, and then back to the mirror, as I pulled my long  blonde hair back into a ponytail.  Hurry up! Stick your fingers in your mouth! You’re fat! YouContinue reading “How my eating disorder fed off my Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) (part 1).”

The Pandemic and My Hurt Tooth

This Pandemic has been all over the news and I have been having some anxiety. One of the ways that I deal with anxiety is I clinch and grind my teeth at night.  On the 22 of March, I bit into my night guard hard. It hurt and I had a concern that I hadContinue reading “The Pandemic and My Hurt Tooth”

Remembering my mom and feeling thankful for my grandpa

“I love you mom,” I said as I stood as a panicked sixteen-year-old standing in the living room. “I love you too, Amanda,” my mom said. Those were the last words that my mom said to me before she died from a sudden massive heart attack. The days and weeks to follow seemed to comeContinue reading “Remembering my mom and feeling thankful for my grandpa”

My Mental Health Journey: Let’s talk about Depression

I remember going through Depression after my mother died by the time my senior year of high school came around, I began to feel better.  However, when I entered college, I started to get wave after wave of depression to happiness back to depression. I didn’t know that I was experiencing a specific kind ofContinue reading “My Mental Health Journey: Let’s talk about Depression”

My Mental health journey: Let’s talk about Anxiety

Anxiety is a condition that I didn’t want to admit that I had. In fact, I didn’t know that I had anxiety until I started talking about my symptoms with my therapist during my first therapy session. According to The Centre for Clinical Interventions worksheet What is Anxiety?, “The experience of anxiety is very similarContinue reading “My Mental health journey: Let’s talk about Anxiety”

My first therapy appointment and finding a therapist

I paced back and forth in my kitchen as I shook while holding onto the landline. I dialed my nurse practitioner’s office. “Hello, this is Florida Blue Medical Center, how may I help you today?” the receptionist answered. “This is Amanda. I had an appointment last week, and I am calling to find out whyContinue reading “My first therapy appointment and finding a therapist”

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