My name is Natalie and I am seventeen years of age. I constantly go through "cycles" of eating in which I either, Over-eat, even when I am not hungry I just can't stop eating. Or, I under-eat, where I just have no appetite or no desire to eat at all. I was wondering the possible causes for this and also, how to control it. My weight always fluctuates, one month I am relitively thin, the next month, I am heavier. I am normally around 115. Although, during the period where I eat very little I sometimes get down to 105-108 ibs, and now, heavier, I am 119. It is very hard to deal with.
Natalie...I wrote a book on the subject so see if you can find or buy shrink yourself...there is also a website that will give you answers, shrinkyourself.com....its complicated so you need the kind of indepth information I suggested..hope that helps...r
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