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Old 09-06-2019, 11:11 AM   #21
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Default Re: do u like or hate bulimia

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Black sheep here.

TRIGGER


I have no gag reflex. I am AN-R B/P type. I plan to eat, I also plan whether I'm keeping it down or not. I don't binge but a 'normal' meal equates to that in my case. Sad reality but it is what it is. I throw up very easily and so I don't have the same 'guilt' feeling. All being said, it's not good nor helpful, does not promote a healthy lifestyle nor body and causes malnutrition, among other things. I would mention muscle loss, but...that's what weights are for...
This is me, 100%. I think the ease with which I throw up has made this last so long. I can lose my lunch even when I don't want to if I do anything that increases my abdominal pressure - like bending over to pick up a pencil. Can't shop at Walgreens anymore (J/K)
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Old 01-08-2020, 08:45 PM   #22
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Hate hate hate

B/p is better than just binging, but i hate it anyways. I used to be anorexic too and if i could choose i'd definitely go back to ana, as awful as it sounds.
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