Hi my name is Rachel I'm 19 and a freshman in college. I'm a normal weight but have anorexic behaviors. Lately it's gotten really bad to the point where I am very shaky and weak. I am a performer and especially in dance I compare myself to the other girls thinking how much better I'd be if I were skinnier, etc. I can't get my mind away from calories and fat and ughh.. everything else. The voice in my head that tells me negative things wont shut up. I feel like I'll never have a good enough body.. I feel like this is the only thing I can control when I can't control school or my family but lately it feels like too much.. I've tried talking to my mom and therapist but they dont help much... Any advice or anyone who could relate would be grately appreciated! Hope to hear from someone soon! -RachelView Thread
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