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Head prefect, the girl that travelled continents to study in Edinburgh at 21 with no family or friends in this new country, go getter, always smiling, outgoing.

As I lay on my bed this person I just described was a complete stranger to me and I wondered if I’d ever recognise her again.

This was exactly 10 years ago, triggered by an acute bout of cystic acne and a prolonged period of isolation. I was confused, tired and an empty shell.“From my bedroom I saw people going about their lives – that used to be me I’d say feeling desperate and confused.”“What is wrong with me?” The brain that had been my close ally for all of my life had no answers to give.

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