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Rosalind Robertson (The DIY Couturier) says: "Depression is serious – debilitating, often dangerous... It leaves you to fend for themselves. It’s bad enough without people ramming Happy Tips at you through facebook... A friend suggested I write something because, surprisingly, I manage to give an outwards impression of having my shit together. I was shocked to hear this, but I see her point. I’m functioning. I’ve adapted. I’m surprisingly okay. I think the medical term is “resilient”..."

Rosalind Robertson (The DIY Couturier) says: "Depression is serious – debilitating, often dangerous... It leaves you to fend for themselves. It’s bad enough without people ramming Happy Tips at you through facebook... A friend suggested I write something because, surprisingly, I manage to give an outwards impression of having my shit together. I was shocked to hear this, but I see her point. I’m functioning. I’ve adapted. I’m surprisingly okay. I think the medical term is “resilient”..."

go here to comfort someone or have others respond to your posts. Divided into sections ranging from anxiety and depression, to eating disorders and self harm, to alcohol and divorce

go here to comfort someone or have others respond to your posts. Divided into sections ranging from anxiety and depression, to eating disorders and self harm, to alcohol and divorce

According to the National Eating Disorders Association, 20 million women and 10 million men in the United States have had a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their lives. These disorders are real — not a fad, not a lifestyle choice — and are about so much more than being thin, despite what many think.  National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

According to the National Eating Disorders Association, 20 million women and 10 million men in the United States have had a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their lives. These disorders are real — not a fad, not a lifestyle choice — and are about so much more than being thin, despite what many think. National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

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