About Me: Female, 26, Fayetteville, GA, member since Apr 2008
I'm just an 18 year old fat girl with low self esteem and VERY poor body image (but with a personality that kills!) on a quest to live out the life I want to live, but can never seem to live it and be myself beacuse of my poor esteem and body image (and because of all t
[More]he crap people have put into my head cause they make fun of me.). Since Jan.14, I go to the gym, diet and I've lost 50 pounds! Of course I need to lose a lot more, and I feel it's not enough, because people still don't talk to me. I have an EDNOS, eating disorder not specified, I'm a chronic dieter with poor body image and such, but oh well. I'm depressed sometimes too and have anger issues sometimes. But I'm the nicest, smartest, respectable people you'll ever meet.
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