Half ass trying to do meal plans but actually eating real food.... My compromise because Im just not ready to let go.....I haven't eaten fruit in 20 years easy. I wouldn't eat it because I couldn't calculate the exact amount. I don't put anything in my mouth without knowing exactly the amount of calories..... I got a big bowl of fruit with cheesecake yogurt on top. It tasted so good until about ten minutes later when I started freaking out about eating it.... I resisted purging.......My therapist joked "I don't care if all you eat is fruit. As long as your eating real food and actually eating every day in healthy amounts"...........Slow process to heal.....View Thread
I have thrown out three scales in the last 4 months. I went threw all of my cousin's stuff looking for her scale and broke down crying in a ball on the floor because I couldnt find it...So I bought a new one which lasted a whole four days. Therapist said either bring it in to me or a reciept showing you returned it or I will hospitalize you..... What a choice...Therapist told me to draw a scale and put something positive on it like, "Im okay", "You are Beautiful", etc.. When I have the urge to get on... which is about 30 times a day.... I stand on it instead.......I laughed but now I am full of anxiety on implementing the request.....Anyone feel similar? What have you done that works?View Thread
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