Homehttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Healthhttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Student, 21, whose eating disorder left her suicidal and BMI classed as underweight was told she was "too fat to get professional help"
Student, 21, whose eating disorder left her suicidal and BMI classed as underweight was told she was "too fat to get professional help"
YOUNG woman was refused professional help for severe eating disorder because she was deemed "too fat" at the health team who assessed her, leaving her to continue self-harming and consider suicide.
Sammy Halstead, from Caerphilly, Wales, for an assessment with a community mental health team in Cardiff, where she was studying psychology at university, she couldn't help
This woman also opened up about her struggles with an eating disorder, revealing that Instagram 'fueled' her anorexia, leaving her eating only 20 calories a day after trawling through pictures of skinny girls.
And body positive influencer Megan Crabbe customsher story of bouncing back from her near-death experience with anorexia, where her parents were told to say goodbye.
Plus, a nursing student who was so ill with anorexia she was afraid to drink water explains how she turned her life around
Former anorexic Annie Windley, who feared gaining weight, has a duty and a chocolate treat saved her life