name: Erin Moran
astrological sign: Virgo
style: Sweaters, black jeans, boots and flowy dresses. Average style that’s not too complicated to pull off at six in the morning.
bio: For whatever reason, for Erin, an eating disorder and unhealthy relationship with alcohol go hand-in-hand. She wasn’t always like this.
Growing up, she was the curvy bombshell who caught every guy’s attention.
But once her family moved to Newby, she was seen as fat and ugly and didn’t make a single friend until her junior year.
She lost nearly fifty pounds and took up drinking as an after-school activity. It’s sad, because we’re wondering what happened to the beautiful blonde with all the confidence. She thinks she has changed for the better, because now she feels as if she actually fits in. She has been getting worse lately though, drinking daily, eating maybe once every couple days. She was put in the hospital and since then they have her seeing a therapist twice a week, which she hates. She isn't speaking with her mother anymore. Because of her alcohol they kicked her out and now shes staying with a friend in an old apartment. Trying to stay off the streets, Erin is working at a local music store.
likes: black, water, red lipstick, loud music, drinking, party's, underground, sleeping, black cats, walking, dancing.
dislikes: talking about problems, therapists, eating, pink, dogs, daylight, coffee, big crowds, meat.
model: nastya kusakina
taken by: open
"Hello Erin, I'm Dr. Ramon but you can call me Louise." She said with a smile.
I just stared at her, I wanted her to know how I really didn't want to hear what she had to say.
"So Erin, Other than what these papers say, wont you tell me a little bit about yourself?" She asked me politely.
"Okay, I like cats, staying at home, and the moon." I said sharply.
"Ahh I see, So what about the moon do you find interesting?" She asked with a smile.
"I don't know, I just like it, I like when its dark." I said.
"I thought you was supposed to be asking me why I Choose not to eat?"I asked.
"But you choose to ask why I like the moon, You sounds pretty stupid to me." I said.
That is when I got up and walked out, annoyed.
I walked home slowly watching every step and listening to the buckle on my boot hitting the studs, Thinking about why I shouldn't have just left, and how I called my therapist stupid. I wish I wouldn't have because now I'm going to have to explain all of this to my mom. I realized I was almost home, I took a drink of my vodka I had hidden in my boot.
"Erin, I cant believe you just walked out!" My mother screamed.
"I am so tired of this, and the drinking, its only getting worse. When are you going to ever grow up? Why wont you just get help, this is not right." She said, as she has many time before.
"I cant do this anymore, I've gave you many chances, and you just continue, you don't even hear anything I say. I'm done, you need to leave by the morning." She said and walked upstairs.
I stood there in shock. Me and my mother was never really close, she was very religious, and I was just me, It just never really worked out. The hard part was knowing how easy it was for her to tell me to leave for good, Knowing she would never even call.
I walked up stairs, got all my things together, and I wrote a note for her.
Mom, I'm sorry I'm not what you wanted me to become, but this is who i am and what i do, I'll see you soon. Love Erin.
With that I put on the counter and walked out the door.