Your right about letting those around you know about your problem and getting them to help you out. Eating disorders are serious and could be the death of you, literally. However, sometimes the problems take a little more than willpower to overcome. For me, it wasn't just saying "NO" to something bad for me. It was overtraining. This lead my body to a state of deprivation. I finally got to the point were I excercised myself to death and my body just couldn't take it any more. It finally said, "Fine, if you aren't going to feed me, I am going to MAKE you feed me!"Originally posted by janderstein
It takes a lot of courage to admit that you have a problem. I think the best way to deal with your eating disorder is to let those close to you aware of your problem, this will come in handy when you are in a time of need, and there seems to be no way out. Meal plannign is definatley key, but I feel it basically comes down to will power, are you going to give up, and be defeated by this, or are you going to kick this problem. I think that this is definaltey a serious issue, and it is something to get under control, binge eating is terrible for your body, and so are some of the extras that come with it, like vomiting,dieting, and over training. Best of luck with dealing with the problem, write me and let me know how things are going.
Overcoming this disorder has been just about the hardest MENTAL thing I have had to do. And, yes, once I got back on the wagon, several times it has come down to willpower and just saying no. But it took me more than that to accept my problem and turn my life around. It is something I have sworn NEVER to be a victim of again.
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