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Hey everyone ,
I am an anorexic in recovery for the last 6 years . At my lowest point I was 82 pounds on my 5 foot 6 inch body. I have am a healthy 130 pnds. I look great I feel great. It took lots of work and it is still a daily processes.
I still have mental fights with foods but over the years it has gotten better. You can recover there is a better life waiting .
Good for you! I wish my step daughter would eat. She's 5'7 and right now at about 115 and still losing weight. She won't listen to me, She thinks she looks good except that she is flat chested.
She doesn't look healthy, the only thing she is worried about is having boobs.
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