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Exploring Disordered Eating and Chronic Illness: A journey of recovery through OSFED
Research identifies eating disorders as a biopsychosocial with the highest mortality rate of all psychiatric illnesses. Using the process of autoethnography, my personal experience recovering from OSFED with a chronic ...
What Can Death and Dying Teach? An Autoethnography of the Retrospective Transformative Properties of Grief
This research explores the lived experience of meaningful incidences of post traumatic growth following the death of a loved one. Using an autoethnographic approach the study explores two siblings’ experiences of living ...
Disenfranchised grief in response to supporting loved ones through significant substance use challenges
This research explores lived experiences of individuals supporting loved ones through significant substance use challenges. The data was gathered by one-on-one semi-structured qualitative life history interviews with six ...