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FOOD DISORDER
March 18, 2005
9:50 pm
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ALADDIN
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FOOD DISORDER I DONT KNOW IF I PUTTING THIS RIGHT BUT I KNOW THIS GIRL THAT DONT KEEP HER FOOD IN I DONT KNOW HOW TO TALK TO HER ABOUT IT.I TELLING HER THAT SHE GETTING THINNER EVERY AND THAT SHE HAD TO START EATING WHILE THE TRUTH IS THAT SHE EAT MORE THA ME THEN SHE TELLING SHE IS GETTING FAT.IF I SEE A ARTICKLE ABOUT IT I PUT IN OUT THAT SEE CAN SEE IT.AFTER SHE EAT SHE IS LIKE GRAMPY ,AFTER A VISSIT TO TOILEL SHE IS FULL OF SMILES.

March 18, 2005
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What seems to be happening is that this girl is bulimic, if she is thin & has cramps after eating small amounts then it may be b/c she was previously anorexic. She needs help, she may feel like all she can control in her life is her body, it is a very aweful addiction b/c we all need food to survive and she can't just be like an alocholic who has to stay away from food and be ok, she can't stay away from food forever.

March 18, 2005
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CHICKYFIGHTER HOW TO I TALK TO HER ABOUT IT,I TALK TO HER MOTHER AND TOLD ME SHE HAD ANOREXIA WHEN SHE WHAS ON SCHOOL.SHE IS VERY TOUTHCY IF TALK THAT WHY.

March 18, 2005
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Most anorexics are trying to disappear, they are very sad inside. They have had a parent, or somone that they looked up to for care, who is a perfectionist, rigid. They probably had a very enmeshed relationship w/their family, if not felt abandoned/abused/neglected. She won't admit that there is a problem she feels and looks fat in the mirror. She has a distorted image of her, obviously very low self esteem. Love her, and acknowledge her right to feel whatever she feels. Help her feel validated. Seek medical help, this is chronic disease, it has spurts of remission but when stressful events in her life spark, so will the eating disorder. If she won't go to a therapist speak to the therapist for help on how to approach it, it depends on what the underlying issue is. One must look at the root of the problem. I hope this guides you in some way. Let me know how she is. This one is dear to me, many blessings!

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