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... Gaining weight is difficult but once a person has reached over the hurdle, then it is all down hill from there. That is where it all works out. ... (23 replies)
Help
Aug 12, 2007
... depressants can be, and are, used for some patients with ED. ... (15 replies)
... I have a history of eating disorders and am currently struggling with crippling depression and lifelong body image issues. Unfortunately for me it seems that in my case the depression and the weight issues are directly at odds with each other in my treatment. ... (8 replies)

... Please take care of yourself. I hope you get well. Trust your doctors. They are there to help you Case. Remember, I take meds for my ED. ... (8 replies)
... months in between my period..so obviously my body knew it was beginning to lose weight and attempting to adjust. ... (4 replies)
... e who splits their time between you and their ed. All you can do is to keep letting her know how special she is. And never get into the trap of commenting on any weight loss or gain. My husband is yet to learn how not to do this. ... (24 replies)
Anti d's ?'s
Feb 24, 2004
... to start looking at the world and living as being wonderful. Sometimes, we can't do that without a little bit of help from antidepressants. I've been on Zoloft for quite some time and I have read that it has made some people gain weight and some people lose. ... (7 replies)
Getting help
Mar 8, 2006
... h is very hard to have from me. I mean I'm the person that everyone else trusts with every bit of their life and heart, and im the one who makes everything ookay for them or makes them feel better, not the other way around, so its hard for me to accept that i need help to. ... (12 replies)
... Drug addiction is the inability to control and ignore the chronic "need" for drugs. ... (232 replies)
... desire to fix myself was a tainted reality. my neg. subjective view of myself was taking over my life and keeping me from enjoying time with my son and spouse. For years i attempted to avoid trigger foods. I tried everything to stop bingeing and have spent years obstaining from food. ... (0 replies)
... desire to fix myself was a tainted reality. my neg. subjective view of myself was taking over my life and keeping me from enjoying time with my son and spouse. For years i attempted to avoid trigger foods. and have spent years obstaining from food. keeping unter 500 calories a day was all i cared about. ... (5 replies)
Obsessed
Feb 2, 2011
... desire to fix myself was a tainted reality. my neg. subjective view of myself was taking over my life and keeping me from enjoying time with my son and spouse. For years i attempted to avoid trigger foods. and have spent years obstaining from food. keeping unter 500 calories a day was all i cared about. ... (8 replies)
... Well for me it is the total opposite. I hate that food makes me gain weight, and I hate that it has power over me but I cannot stop emotionally eating. Believe me I have tried. ... (9 replies)


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