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... You seem so eager to let your wife know it is ok, that you love her unconditionally so I have a suggestion. How about letting her see what you have been writing? ... (24 replies)
... i no im onli a kid and evrythin (im only 13) but i no that i keep some stuff that i do that makes me feel better (like for example making myself sick after eating) secret from everyone i know because then at the end of a really bad day where i've struggled i know i have that to look forward to and it feels like, i duno, its ten times better because no one else knows. maybe the... (24 replies)
Curious
May 26, 2005
... have the TIME to binge, or to recover from a binge. I can't afford the mood swings it brings or the depression. I know that to feel good and to be a good mom and wife I have to treat myself well. Its been a long road but I believe everything happens for a reason. I can only hope to be a good role model for my kids. ... (8 replies)

Bulimia
Feb 15, 2001
... I am sorry to hear of your wife's obvious difficulty in her attitude to food. Firstly I'd like to commend you in seeking help on her behalf. As a sufferer from bulimia and previously anorexia I undertsand the significant pain that your wife must be in. However I also appreciate how enormously difficult this must be for you. ... (4 replies)
... is and im bulimic so the problem is different but the causes and what drives you to keep eating in this way are probably the same sort of things as somebody with bulimia or binge eating disorder. You have clearly already gone a long way to identifying root of the eating problem and thats where u should start. ... (4 replies)
... worker in the office next to mine who's wife is pregnant. She too had mental disturbances with the birth of her first child. ... (6 replies)
What's the point?
Mar 12, 2004
... e much better at hiding their illness from their families because they can do it when nobody is around. Whereas I flat out refuse to eat with people quite often. Bulimia is still very serious, I am not trying to downplay it, but it works in a different way and thus is often easier to hide. ... (426 replies)
... I have suffered with recuring bulimia for nearlly 10yrs...Its hard to even know why i started in the first place...I think it screwed me up mentally and still does.. ... (3 replies)
... but you came to the right place for advice. It definitely sounds like she has a serious case of bulimia and she is at risk for a lot of health problems. ... (5 replies)
10 year old....
Dec 27, 2004
... husband's wife, but you need to speak with her and tell her that her bulimia is affecting your daughter. ... (6 replies)
... Ask your doctor or local hospital to recommend a treatment program or a psychiatrist specializing in eating disorders. Anyone can beat an ED, your wife can too. Most people just need help to do it. ... (4 replies)
Bulimia
Feb 20, 2001
... I suffered with Bulimia for years and know that its hard to stop the emotional triggers that can send you over the edge. ... (4 replies)
... k in, it will be a single purge after which I eat a healthy meal. What is motivating me is that I feel a different type of guilt now....that I am letting down my wife and particularly my son....... ... (1 replies)
Vacation blues
May 14, 2007
... ia, its been that long...I think it must screw your thinking up because i get very angry if i cant be sick after i eat.I spent years avoiding people as well...My wife thought i was a very strange person..Now i just see this behaviour as normall...Eat,purge,again and again.. ... (3 replies)
Vacation blues
May 12, 2007
... it screws your head up i think...i think im going paranoid but i really dont know if it was the constant lying and isolation eating disorders bring about....my wife throw me out and replaced me with another man in a matter of weeks... ... (3 replies)
... The book is about the author's "divorce" from "ED." She divorces her eating disorder, in a sense. Comparing it to an abusive marriage, but how the wife is scared to leave because her husband is the only person that's always been there for her. It focuses on seperating yourself from your eating disorder. ... (8 replies)
What's the point?
Mar 22, 2004
... y husband and I just couldn't get him to see that I am unhappy with my life but I'm not unhappy with him. In fact I feel so very guilty for the poor excuse for a wife that I am being. Anyway that was a bit tough. ... (426 replies)
... Hey Margie, Thanks for your thoughts. Youíre right. I donít have control over people places or things. I canít tie her up and make her stay with me. It hasnít really hit me yet. By the time I get home, sheíll be at her parents. I offered to be the one that goes, but she said it was better for her not to be alone, hence her moving back with her parents. She hasnít... (24 replies)
... Derrick, Iím so sorry. I know. Personally I donít think itís for the best. But Iím a firm believer that we donít have control over people, places or things. Please know that what happened between you and Cindy is not your fault or hers and is not a failure of love. This will all work out for both of you in time. I know it hurts now but it will get better. I promise you... (24 replies)
... Thanks Margie! I didnít realize we donít have ashtrays until I read your post. Thereís never been a need until now. Iíll buy some on the way home tonight. I guess that would go a ways toward letting her know Iím serious about supporting her. ---------------- You said: ďItís so important that the attraction continues once she becomes open about her smoking. ... (24 replies)




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