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Unhappy Compulsive overeating, anxious and frightened

I donít know why - maybe I do - but Iíve been compulsively overeating for 3-4 weeks and my stomach feels like itís pressing against my heart and thatís what I feel when Iíve had heart attacks.

Iím very anxious and scared. I havenít eaten since maybe three this morning because I donít think that my stomach will hold anymore food.

My decision making skills are not great. I think that this might have something to do with my fear of running out of food, again.

Anyone here guilty of this type of behaviour?
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