THIS WEEK IN THE MAGS: EXTREME ALLERGIES ATTACK!

THIS WEEK IN THE MAGS: EXTREME ALLERGIES ATTACK!

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Lots of us have allergies, and have to dodge certain ingredients or steer clear of the peanuts. But can you imagine having more foods on your forbidden list than what you’re actually allowed to eat? That’s the case for one of our clients this week. Laura’s told her story to Love It! magazine, explaining how her health condition has even affected her relationships. Just one kiss with her boyfriend James after he’s had a boozy night on the cider could kill her!

ONE KISS FROM MY BOYFRIEND COULD KILL ME

Extreme allergy sufferer Laura, 20, became so terrified of eating something that could kill her, she developed a severe food phobia. She even took her own crisp sandwiches to restaurants and ate Coco Pops for dinner. But then, she met her boyfriend, James, 21. Now the couple are learning to live with her bizarre eating habits, with Laura even insisting that James brushes his teeth before they kiss!

 

ALSO PUBLISHED

Tricia's story in Woman
Tricia’s story in Woman

£20k OF SURGERY FUELS MY TOYBOY OBSESSION

Tricia moved to Portugal after her marriage broke down and instantly took to the sizzling lifestyle of sun, sea, sand… and sexy toyboys! Stunning Tricia, 60, enjoyed a string of steamy relationships with Portuguese  toyboys before moving back to the UK in 2010. Now, after £20k of cosmetic surgery, the glam gran goes on an amazing three dates with toyboys a week — and has no intention of slowing down! Her story is in this week’s Take A Break
Paige's story in Take a Break
Paige’s story in Take a Break

 PAEDO GRANDAD’S 3 DECADES OF ABUSE

Paige, 17, loved spending time with her doting war hero grandad Richard, 77, until aged six, when he started abusing her. For four years he sexually assaulted her almost every weekend, bribing her with trips to McDonalds to keep his sordid abuse a secret. Aged 13 Paige told her family and police uncovered her grandad’s secret sick past — a catalogue of child abuse spanning three decades. Paige bravely spoke out to Take A Break.

 

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By Helen O’Brien Google