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TOPIC TITLE: Pesach and ED's
Created On 3/24/10 11:05 AM
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I have just realized something HUGE!!
It is going to be so easy for me to starve myself over this Pesach because I don't like any of the Pesach food anyway. I don't know if this is a good or bad thing. I think in my warped mind it is a good thing but to anyone else it would seem not normal that I am looking forward to this. Sad but true
 
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3/24/10 11:58 PM
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for me, its the same. but do we really gain in the long run?


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3/25/10 9:10 AM
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Probably not but (in my mind atleast) it's the thought that counts.
 
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3/28/10 1:06 PM
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yeah this pessach is going to be the weirdest since i'm in an ED treatment center.
my parents have come in and we'll do the sedars in a hotel suite.
then i'll be going back during the day for the day programing.
Besides for the sedars I'll be eating all lunch, dinners, and most of my snacks at a treatment center that isn't even kosher (so forget about kosher for passover).

It's going to be the oddest strangest feeling.

i remember having so much fun last pesach with my eating disorder though. i was actually sad when it was over.
 
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Wow, killedlastyear. That's intense!! I hope it goes ok even though I'm sure you're expecting the worst (like me).
Good luck and let us know after how it went, please!!!
 
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I thought Pesach would be so much easier for me in terms of food. I thought that I wouldn't eat too much since there really isn't anything to eat but I'm finding myself eating everything in sight which happens to be mostly cheese products and fruit. Fruit I know can't be that terrible but it can't be great either, cheese products is awful and will make me gain a sick amount of weight. I thought this Pesach I'd lose a lot of weight but I don't think I lost any I don't even have the strength in me to starve anymore. It's pathetic
 
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4/4/10 2:55 PM
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oy, ill be thinking of you
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4/4/10 4:08 PM
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Hugs,

Are you getting any treatment for your ED? I'm sure you really don't want to end up in a hospital with a feeding tube down your throat.....

I know how hard it is......I'm a guy and I have been through an ED myself. Right now I am at a weight that my doc is okay with, but it is only because
he threatens to put me in a hospital if I lose too much weight again.

I wish you a refuah shelayma and I hope you can enjoy the rest of Yom Tov.
 
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Killedlastyear,

How are you doing at the ED place?

I hope it is not too hard on you and I wish you a refuah shelayma.

Yanky
 
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!
ice cream and kugels and cakes and pies and cookies and chicken and potatoes and matzahall sorts of other stuff
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!
and it dosent even taste good- why do i have to eat a cake made out potatoes- its not like anything tastes good or im hungry!!!!!
Is it only me who feels like on pesach, im always hungry( more than ususal)? and not strong enough to not eat?
Seriously, all jews do is eat sleep and daven (myself included) but why does eat come first? why cant it be drink sleep and daven (i mean for the girls, the bochrim already have that...) "MI KAMCHA YISROEL"- what other nation stays up all night eating cardboard and drinking grapejuiced-downed wine? and dont forget the contests to see who can stand more maror? (i always loose- gladly!)
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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