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my gf is not eating what do I do?

So yesterday I posted a question about how I was worried that she wasn't eating and today when she was at volleyball practice and she fainted. She was spiking the ball or whatever you call it and she looked like she was gonna hurl and her coach told her to take a break but half way to the bleachers she fainted. Her coach and I rushed over to her (I ways there because I was gonna walk her home) she woke up with in a minute and her coach made her get water from her locker and I went with her to make sure she didn't pass out again. On the way to her locker I asked her if she want my granola bar in my locker and she said wasn't hungry and I said you just fainted you need something to eat then she just yelled at me that she wasn't hungry and how I should just bud out. I really don't know what to do she isn't listening to me what should I do? and I know I just posted this its just I'm really worried and don't know what to do

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Well if she's not eating on purpose,like to starve herself,you should try to talk to her about it. If she continues to just yell at you,I'd tell her parents or someone to try to calm her down and make sure she eats. It's sweet that you care about her that much(: If she's not eating just because she's feeling dizzy or weird from fainting,that's fine.

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She needs attention

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Talk to her parents about it.

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Jackson, tell the coach. The coach has a VERY IMPORTANT reason for needed to know.

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Yes talk to her parents or a school councilor, even her coach. Eating disorders are very serious and need to be dealt with very carefully when you or anyone else confronts her about it. May have to be a few of those closest to her to have a serious talk with her to get her the help she needs. Good luck!!!

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