It Is scary. O.o having to eat a piece of cake so they won't worry. Feeling like you're being watched. If they find out they won't want me anymore, which is why I've been so paranoid of getting help. And it just gets worst. Everyday I tell myself I want to be so skinny I can hang myself on the ceiling fan... And it won't break. It eats you alive (literally) especially when your friends make fun of you for it, and Yourfami,us threatening you.
But after the days over everything seems ok, then you drive yourself to the limit againView Thread
Period are HEALTHY you don't have to be fat or even underweight to have your period, it's the same as having eyes and a nose. It's a necessity to have children. I'm underweight and I stil, have my period. So it doesn't necessarily mean you'll gain weight but gain nutrition.View Thread
1. Well good until my grandma laughed at me for being sore due to exercise bulimia XX
2. I'm getting published in a book of poetry!! I'm 14 and this was an everyone contest. I might also win 1,000 dollars or 116 other prizes
3, calorie counting, exercise, obsession, hiding habits, isolation, suicidal thoughts, unthoughtful family members
4. Good- I'm sensitive which us the biggest characteristic I've always had. It makes me really caring and people like me alot because of it.
5. Nooooooo. But they make me feel really goodView Thread
Nooooooo my grandma repeatedly told me if I were anorexic they'd kick me out of the house.
Despite that everyone at school knows, and some can even tell without being told. I never actually 'told' anybody about my eating disorder. In fact I never once thought I had one. But I told them I didn't eat breakfast or lunch, you'd be surprised how 8th graders can notce symptoms of an EDView Thread
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