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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anorexia_nervosa

Anorexia nervosa, often referred to simply as anorexia, is an eating disorder characterized by low weight, fear of gaining weight, and a strong desire to be thin , resulting in food restriction. Many people with anorexia see themselves as overweight even though they are in fact underweight. If asked they usually deny they have ...

www.uncommonforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=43577

Being fat to me is bad and being small is the only way I'll ever deserve love and care by those people who mean the world to me. ... Jurplesman - I have read that article and just wish there was some way I could help myself but after 5 years of suffering from this eating disorder I feel too worn out by it now to ...

broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/gvz7m7/when-youre-both-overweight-and-anorexic

Dec 8, 2015 ... Rationally speaking, of course I do. But a part of me really doesn't believe it." Valdez did suffer, and her story proves that the way we view eating disorders has to change. A person can be anorexic at any size. Denying that means denying sufferers the help they so desperately need. It means waiting until the ...

www.allure.com/story/what-not-to-say-to-an-anorexia-survivor

Jul 7, 2017 ... It is something I will always deal with, in some way, whether that means trying to quiet the “eating disorder voice” that berates me for eating a full meal or attempting forget the catalog of ... Numbers talk can be really harmful for many people who are eating disordered, as well as those who are in recovery.

www.healthline.com/health/anna-everywhere-anorexia-recovery

Feb 28, 2017 ... As I headed toward my teen years, I started wanting to be someone else … a “ perfect” girl with a “perfect figure.” Someone who was in total control of her life. That's around the time I developed anorexia nervosa. I fell into a vicious cycle of weight loss, recovery, and relapse, month after month. By the end of ...

issuesiface.com/anorexia

In this vulnerable state, I asked a guy I knew to be a bit rude if he would honestly tell me if I needed to lose weight. He said, “Just a few pounds would help.” He gave me the incentive I needed. The next morning I began my diet. It didn't take me very long to lose five pounds, and it made me feel really good. I figured if that  ...

www.superskinnyme.com/how-to-get-skinny.html

To get skinny and look great you need to do resistance training. Dieting usually causes loss of muscle mass, which decreases metabolism, as muscle is metabolically active. Therefore, resistance training will help stave off the loss of muscle that usually occurs and increase metabolism. Furthermore, if you lose muscle you're ...

www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2010/apr/14/anorexia-eating-disorders-parenting

Apr 14, 2010 ... When Emily stopped eating properly at home, and the school began to worry, I did finally realise and tried to get help. But what can you do? Of course, I began reading. One website begins "Anorexia statistics are grim" (thanks). They are indeed. Ninety per cent of anorexics are women and most begin ...

anorexiafamily.com/faq-help-anorexia-eating-disorder

Are you just saying that to make me feel less guilty? No. Researchers have looked for all the typical causes you might think of, and they haven't found any links. Maybe you were dieting all the time and your child got anorexia? OK, so I didn't diet and my child got anorexia. Maybe you regret being strict, working too much?