Here's the thing: I hate eating

Here's the thing: I hate eating. I try to eat less than 300 calories a day and work very hard to burn those calories after. I like the feeling of a grumbly stomach or just an empty one. I like working towards thigh gaps and tiny waists and sharp edges. I hate having to avoid mirrors and not being able to look at my stomach or my thighs without feeling tears in my eyes. I ache for the sharp angles. And I don't know how to stop wanting that. I don't know how to eat a meal without obsessing over it for hours and wanting it out of my stomach. I just don't know. Is it even possible to get to that point?

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  • Fiphie, not without intense therapy, most likely in-patient. This is a deep seated illness that needs to be addressed from all angles. (Medically, physically and mentally) My best wishes for you getting the help you need. x

  • Thank you for your reply. 😁

  • You are defenitly struggling with a eating disorder seek help and know if you dont eat about a 1700 calorie diet and exercise to maintain a healthy weight and only eat 300 then burn it it will cause life threaining consequences

  • thank you so much for your reply. I'll try to seek help❤️

  • With help you can recover, and I do suggest you need to speak to your GP - especially given the low calories and exercise. It is important to get checked out as your long term health could be at risk. ABC have a helpful website and a support line and they can also offer assistance. Do please seek urgent help as EDs can be very, very destructive in a short space of time.

  • Thank you😁 Have a blessed day!

  • Fiphie,

    You will figure it out!!! If you feel you need further guidance, you mose likely do.

    I have had eating and body image issues all of my life. Please don't despair! I have a beautiful family and a beautiful life.

    Be Strong! Be You!


  • Thank you so much for your reply!

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