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Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), which occasionally slipped into bouts of depression. It was exhausting and overwhelmed my day-to-day life.

Caroline asked me what that was like, so I described how simple things, such as leaving the house in the morning, were difficult and laughably predictable; I would shower, get dressed, look in the mirror, comb my hair, put my coat on, look in the mirror, take my coat off, do my hair, change my clothes, look in the mirror… you get the idea.I shared how, when I did go out, my anxiety could take hold again, prompted by things such as catching my reflection in a window or misinterpreting an innocent look.

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