The British teen drama Skins has a long history of dealing with mental illness, and the first generation of characters in the show are all known for having anorexia nervosa. This is a serious mental illness, and girls aged 12 to 20 are most at risk of developing it.
What makes Skins so great is its ability to make a connection with young people. Its characters are so relatable, and its themes often include issues that are important to teenagers, like eating disorders, alcohol abuse, bullying and relationships.
Cassie Ainsworth is a character in the first generation of Skins who has anorexia nervosa, which is a serious eating disorder that affects young women. It’s a common problem in the UK, and can happen at any time in life.
She’s a troubled teen who loves her boyfriend Sid Jenkins, but doesn’t have any close friends. She doesn’t have a lot of confidence, but she tries to be strong for him.
As the series progresses, she starts to develop a crush on Sid. But it’s not until the end of the second season that she starts to see a real connection with him.
It was really interesting to watch her and Sid’s relationship grow, and it was also really touching to see how much they cared about each other. She also showed her strength of character when she tried to kill herself.
As Skins moves into its final season, it seems that things are finally starting to turn around for her and Sid, and they are getting back together. It’s been a long road for them, but they are still incredibly supportive of each other.