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Angela E. Gambrel

Midland, Michigan
I am a 45-year-old woman on a journey of recovery from anorexia. I also am: a writer, a graduate student (finally got there!), a wife and mom to my beautiful cat, Aliena, and a very curious person! I write about my recovery from the perspective of someone who developed an eating disorder later in life - at age 41. My blog is at angelaelackey.blogspot.com
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Arielle B.

Northampton, Pennsylvania
I am a woman with a story, a voice, and a commitment. I am dedicated to helping others in the best way I know how: my writing. Writing helped me on my way to recovery and I have a sincere passion to be, at the very least, an understanding voice amid the pain of eating disorders and all that they bring. I've never been happier, so I know that health--mental, physical, and emotional--is possible....

Carrie A.

Washington, District of Columbia
After nearly a decade of anorexia, I'm learning how to love, laugh, and live again. And in no particular order, I'm also mom to a wonderful rescue cat, a science/medical writer, a jewelry designer, a pretty decent cook, a lover of coffee and hater of mornings, and a geek extraordinaire.

ghost girl

natchitoches, Louisiana
I am an 31 yr old artist dealing with the aftermath of Eating Disorder, Depression and Anxiety. I say I am recovered but, of course, I still struggle...Through art, I work out many of the problems, nightmares, hopes and fears i see inside of me and in this uncertain world. My icon is a crop of one of my paintings... my art is what holds me together, like A Heart Tied With String..there is more...