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Mental health can really affect the Physical Health!

How my mental health affects my physical health


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I have been a product of emotional instability with my body image for most my life. I am somewhat a perfectionist (ok some people might say more than somewhat) and was never satisfied with the way I looked even when I was healthy and thin. I always compare myself with smaller framed skinny woman and strived to look like them. Even though I knew deep down I did not have the same body type as them, I really had myself thinking that I could change that if I just did not eat or if I worked out massive hours every day. This is how my eating disorder played out after my high school experience got it under way.

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