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My eating disorder made me feel trapped in a box, but I found a way out

I had anorexia and spent a year in hospital. With the help of those around me, I learned to take those difficult first steps to recovery I found out my mum was dying four days before she passed away, and she wasn’t even the one who told me, it was my godfather. I had known she was unwell for some time, but her death still came as a shock. The last couple of days were very painful.
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