This next vlog is a bit slap-dash, I’m afraid. I didn’t have any help with this one I am getting used to this whole filming myself thing. I am sharing it nonetheless because I want to share this message with you today. I hope you enjoy!
Being single on Valentine’s Day can suck but here are some tips for how to be loving and loved up today and everyday, no matter your relationship status.
Hello everyone. Here is my first vlog (video blog, mum). I am super nervous about publishing this because it is in no way perfect. As an attempt to shirk perfectionism and self doubt I am going ahead and doing it anyway.
This is the first of many more to come and I hope to continue to learn and grow into this new role and avenue for Carly’s Couch.
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A friend of mine seems to be suffering from a bulimia. I confronted her about it and she shut me out. She doesn’t want to talk to her mom or anyone about it. Her lifestyle is quite intense, insomnia, late nights, drinking. It hasn’t gotten “out of hand” but I don’t know how to help. She keeps saying I am making it my problem to fix and it isn’t and I get that but I can’t be idle and do nothing. We go out to eat with friends and when she goes to the restroom, it kills me cause I know what she’s doing. I’ve resolved that even if it ends our relationship, I have to tell her parents. She doesn’t want my help, but she can’t refuse her parents’, since she lives with them. I don’t know if it’s the right thing to do, or what the right thing to do is to be honest. I’ve done a ton or research and it’s all so complex. I just know she can’t manage it “doing her own thing”. She needs help.
Oh gosh, that’s tough. I’m not sure what the “right thing” to do is here (right for who?) but I can tell you that eating disorders are very
“Hi. One of my friends has told me that he avoids me because, by his view, my demanding for replies is abusive. I’ve tried to explain him that I just worry whether the person has received my text. A result? ~> I don’t hear from him for few days, though see him answering to others. Am afraid to text him again – there is a chance that he has read and avoids me willingly. But… I worry that he could not receive and also worries… Any advice?”