Mental Health

Online Friendships and Recovery


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During your recovery, you realize who your real friends are. But you also need to be careful who you make friends with and how. I have had a lot of experience with online recovery forums and making very close friends online. Here’s my video about online friendships and recovery:

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Katy has an honours degree in meteorology and an undergraduate degree in geophysics and mathematics. Katy chose to recover from her eating disorder in May 2010 and has never looked back. Throughout her recovery journey, she has struggled with crippling anxiety, which she has now learned to manage and by writing at Libero, she hopes to help others to manage their anxiety, have fun with recovery and learn to live again.


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