I'm new to all of this so here goes....I've been abuse since I was 7 until I was 18 I stopped eating at that young age hoping it would make me unattractive. However as we all know it doesn't just go away when the pain stops. I am a model by trade and it doesn't help....it only reinforces the need to be thin I ate a burger last night and couldn't zip up the dress I have been trying on daily for the catwalk....I had to purge.....I need help I'm 26 trying to get out of a physically abuse marriage, I'm 5' 41/2" (gotta get that half an inch in there lol) I weigh 82 lbs I have been banned from gyms because running keeps me sane....yet my husband still "requires" me to run. I feel as if I am committing the ultimate sin by reaching out! I JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO ANYMORE TEARS ARE COVERING MY KEYBOARD MY HEART IS BROKEN!!!!! HELP....PLEASE HELPView Thread
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