No Really, I'm Fine! was written and illustrated by Margaret Flatley and is based on her own journey to self-appreciation. The book was created using traditional and digital media and utilizes the secondary character, Sally, as a means of personifying the eating disorder. Doing so provides a concrete and relatable example of just how manipulative mental disorders can become and hopefully illustrate the gravity of these sorts of issues for those who struggle to sympathize. I also hope No Really, I'm Fine! relates to those suffering from the same disorder and encourages them to speak out and seek help. Nobody should have to live with a "Sally" consuming their thoughts.