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Recently my Anorexia has made a slow comeback after about 5 months of being free from it :(
And making things worse I've been having heavy urges to throw my food up now after eating it :(
But the only reason I havn't is because I can't get to a toliet because either people are around or the teacher won't let me go.......
But tomorow I feel as if I will do it because the teacher I have period 5 (after lunch) will let me go!! and i'l go :S
I wanted to tell my friend about all this last night but I just couldn't, I really need to cause I know she can help me through this, I've allready told my family but they all think I have recovered........ and I don't want to tell them it's back again and even worse than it was last year :(
Can anyone please help?! i don't know what to do.......
Before anyone else can help you, you have to truly want the help && cooperate when people try to help you. Keep yourself busy and distracted. It's for the best that the teacher will not let you go to the bathroom. Instead of eating a lot and feeling guilty, eat small healthy portions and eat more times a day. That way you won't feel as bad about it, and you wont get that nasty full feeling that makes you want to get rid of it immediately. Eat in moderation. Tell your family it's back. You need support. Don't be afraid. You've already done the first step.. in admitting you have the problem. Now, finish it off, fight it, and end it for good. Keep your life. Don't let a disorder run it.
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