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... a dear friend of mine had anorexia for ten years before she was able to see how unwell she was and accepted the diagnosis. And that was with an incredibility supportive family. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I would like to share with those suffering with Anorexia. I have been living with the illness for 20 years and I am only 34. If I knew then what I know today, I would have taken the help and advice at the beginning - but one cannot take it back. I know that one can make it better, accept the help and make the changes so evidently needed to acknowledge life is... (2 replies)
... restriction at times. I have read that anorexia can cause low white blood count and I fear that they may be putting me through an aray of unecessary testing and that the two could be linked. ... (2 replies)

... e a closer group of friends consisting of about 4 that I could tell about the eating disorder. I havent been great friends with them for very long but I feel our relationships is growing stronger everyday. I just dont want to loose them. I dont have a bestfriend anymore it soudns really sad when I type it out but I dont. ... (36 replies)
... a closer group of friends consisting of about 4 that I could tell about the eating disorder. I havent been great friends with them for very long but I feel our relationships is growing stronger everyday. I just dont want to loose them. ... (36 replies)
... At any rate, I'm probably way off base, but I've been in relationships where someone said that they loved me and then proceeded to try to define what my life should or should not be. I'm pretty stubborn. ... (10 replies)
... years ago I was hospitalized with Anorexia Nervosa, but I also struggled with bulimia. And having an eating disorder is something i will always struggle with. I got the help I needed. ... (2 replies)
Moving on
Oct 20, 2004
... month relapse of anorexia and bulimia, but before that i had been in recovery for nearly 2 years. i am starting again on recovery now. ... (1 replies)
... I have been dating my girlfriend for three months now. She suffered severely from anorexia when she was in high school. We have sat down and talked about it numerous times and I have done some research as well. ... (2 replies)
... Hey everyone, I'm glad people are out and talking about this, because people rarely do, making it incredibly shameful (even more shameful then anorexia or bulimia, which, as sad as it sounds, has in a way been glamorized). I had an eating disorder for two years, and it quickly became very serious, with a combination of anorexia, bulimia, and c/s. I totally understand where... (10 replies)
... However...There are a lot of misconceptions about Anorexia, and I think a lot pf people need to be more informed. Anorexia is NOT about food or weight. It is a mental illness. Just because someone is underweight DOES NOT mean that they automatically have anorexia. ... (2 replies)
Help.. anorexic?
Aug 16, 2004
... I agree with Dance... 100%. Anorexia did not allow me to lead a pleasantly thin life, if that is what's assumed of this disease, and if your goal is to 'be lean'. I still had to learn on my own how to maintain my weight, feel good, and strive to live life. Anorexia led to an extreme hatred of my body, countless struggles at weight loss, a dislike of my personality,... (10 replies)
... t start by saying how lucky your girlfriend is to have someone like you to care for her and to look out for her... it's sad she had to put up with those terrible relationships first... ... (4 replies)
... If anorexia is the only way to shrink, you will be embarking on a long depressing and bleak journey. ... (2 replies)
... @fitness1, my situation sounds exactly like yours! Through starvation and obsessive exercise, I got down to 101 pounds and still denied that I had an eating disorder. By my family's encouragement, I have gained weight and now I am around 117 pounds (and 5'6") like you are. I am now in therapy for anorexia and depression, and I hate it how people think I am 'better' simply... (36 replies)
Jul 13, 2002
... Anyway, this information also came from the Anorexia Nervosa and Related Eating Disorders Website... ... (3 replies)
... I don't know why I can't recover!!!! I had anorexia restrictive since age 12, then over-exercised since age 15. I'm now 23 and have been through two hospitalizations and res, totalling 2+ years inpatient. I tried IOP after. I don't know, i felt like I needed the behaviors. I don't know what I need. (2 replies)
... Wow, that line "Don't fall in love with someone with an ED, it will break your heart," hit me in two ways. 1) I am in recovery from Anorexia. 2)I had a boyfriend with an addiction. I can understand your side because I had to leave him because he was in love with his addiction, not me. But on the other hand, I didn't recognize my eating disorder was so bad and that it... (7 replies)
... Is your relationship with food and exercise damaging your relationships with the people in your life? ... (5 replies)
... healthier, at the same time when i was unable to control my family ordeals, i spiralled into an eating disorder, and depression. i ended up being diagnosed with anorexia nervosa. admitting that i had a problem to my mom was probably the hardest thing ive ever done. it was so hard to give up that control. ... (4 replies)

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