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... imagine how difficult it must be to live with one of us, so let me try to explain a few things about your housemates behaviour, and perhaps you could post about what would make it easier to live with one of 'us'? ... (2 replies)
... anorexic, bulimic and body dysmorphic girl move into our flat to live with her boyfriend. She has been here around about two months. ... (2 replies)
Any sites?
Jan 20, 2005
... A source of hope and information for parents of children with eating disorders. ... (4 replies)

... I really hope that everything works out with you and your boyfriend, but I'm sure it will. Guys just get jeolous when they aren't the complete focus of your attention, ya know? ... (36 replies)
... and if "slightly" makes you want to lose more weight, that's a huge red flag. And you want to lose more. Sounds like body image distortion to me. ... (3 replies)
... I can relate so much hun. I remember whenever I first could admit to myself that something wasn't right with the way I handled my life. ... (8 replies)
... you just gotta keep talking to her. she needs to realize that this behavior WILL NOT STOP after 30 pounds more weight loss. it just won't, that's the way the disorders work. she can argue till she's blue in the face but tell her to research anorexia. ... (12 replies)
... There's very little I can add to Juicy Lucy's articulate post...they are my feelings, exactly. Except I would like to add that that psych Dr. is SLIME, and should be stripped of his license to "practice", if that's what you can call it. ... (45 replies)
... its just a mindset i cant overcome no matter what id do." THAT IS NOT TRUE. if you believe that, then no, you never will recover. ... (6 replies)
... te. I used to be overweight, lost weight healthily but eventually developed anorexia, and no matter how little I weighted I always felt fat. When I was diagnosed with anorexia I felt it was absurd, how could an overweight person be anorexic? ... (6 replies)
... the time, throwing up blood didn't bother me nearly as much as gaining weight did. So when I found myself eating uncontrollably after 3 years of very controlled anorexic behaviour, I freaked. ... (45 replies)
... All i can say is thanks Rachel for putting this on here. It kinda gives you relief that your not the only one out there, ya know. ... (18 replies)
... e more the merrier, I always say! Sooo happy to hear from you and I hope you will drop in as often as you want. I always think I may be boring to people, being an older lady and all...but thank you so much for your kind words. You made my day! ... (383 replies)
... A couple of things popped out at me and prompted me to respond. You say "I still have not been able to contain this disease", you will never, ever with your own power be able to contain this disease. ... (9 replies)
... Let me just start off by saying i know how upsetting it can be to have someone close to you go through this... When i was 13 i became anorexic... and it wasn't just a living hell for me, but for my family too... i am now 18, and i still struggle with the way i look and feel about myself.. ... (7 replies)
Sad Life
Apr 20, 2001
... This is to you. If you are a man or woman, boy or girl, tall or short, large or small, and you suffer from an eating disorder, here is my story to you. I hope it helps and I hope that you recover. I know personally that the road to recovery is long and hard, and I pray to you never to give up. ... (4 replies)
... Lately, I've been noticing how screwed up my mind is and really want to do something about it. ... (3 replies)
Triggers
Mar 12, 2006
... Your story rings a bell. I grew up in a household with an alcoholic father who would teeter his way down the corridor claiming he is sober every other night. ... (6 replies)
... erms of "what if you have 6 servings instead of 4 or get 'overly full'," i'm not gonna give you the answer because you already know the answer. you know exactly what to do in that situation because you realize that ALL of this is in an effort to get you eating more healthily and freely. ... (22 replies)
... i have struggled with eating disorders since i was 12 and am now 25. i was anorexic for years and then while i was in college, i eased out of it for awhile. when i turned 21, i developed severe stomach problems. ever since then, i have been afraid to eat. ... (3 replies)




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