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Created On 6/15/12 5:13 PM by DeadMeat


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DeadMeat
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6/15/12 5:13 PM
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Hey. Does anyone feel as alone as me? Nobody understands what I'm going through. My therapist is amazing and all, and I don't know what I'd do without her, but I feel like I'm never going to stop obsessing over calories and weight and stuff.

Has anyone here made progress? Any ideas on how to avoid purging and chew and spit? I can't look at food anymore. It's terrifying and nauseous and I just can't . . .

I feel so out of control. I board and go to college. Nobody can force me to eat because nobody from my family is really around. I can do what I want. That's the problem.

Any suggestions, guys?

Luv,
DeadMeat


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wishtobehappy
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6/17/12 3:10 PM
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Hi deadmeat,

Just wanted to let you know you're not alone. I can completely relate to your loneliness and frustration with food. Progress can definitely be made but it comes with many ups and downs. Just try to remain hopeful and hang in there. It can and will get better.
 
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channafofanna
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6/23/12 11:34 PM
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I B"H have made progress. Sure my eating is totaly restrict and then binge cycle, but I seem kind of normal. and there are times where im actualy not thinking about food (and not only the times when im thinking about suicide) It doesd get better! I cant say perfect cuz im only a few years down the line from my "oficial diagnossis" but it does definatley get better!
 
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6/27/12 9:11 PM
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Hey deadmeat. I B'H made progress and you CAN get better. Being away from your family gives you the chance to get better because YOU want to, and not because anyone's forcing you- which I think is good because it means it's in your CONTROL (BIG ED word!). Honestly, I stopped chew-and-spit once I got on anti-anxiety meds...I was so stubborn until I had no choice but to start meds, and it's the best thing to that happened to me in years... It's great that you have a therapist...having a good doctor might help too, if you can find one


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