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I've been bulemic for 15 years. It went from a few days to oncec a week to a few days now to two times per day and sometimes three times a day. I've been hospitalized 4 times due to it. I need to find a recovery center but scared of one that feels like a nazi center but more like a place that cares and respects my privacy. Activity helps. Is there anywhere on the East coast that fits this discription?
I am sorry that I cannot name a center for you. However, you could ask your therapist or family doctor regarding a good center in your area. Also, you could look up yellow pages. Since you do not need urgent admission (as of ASAP), you could look up a place or two and find about these and then decide as soon as possible with the help of your therapist and doctor. Take care!
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all my drs and therapists know everything about mew because I'm an open book but I'm scared of alot of these treatment centers because they treat patients like prisoners. Only 4 in my area and only 2 of them take my insurance. this whole process makes me even more depressed. i need to be active since ive been out work for 6 months and my ex-boss called me saying he could rehire me if i pay him $550
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