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Unhappy And so it begins again... - December 1st 2012, 02:28 AM

I dnt understand. For weeks i was doing fine, no thoughts, got back into running and even got my period back.... Then it suddenly returned. I feel so unfit and that i need to and must run harder and longer, join a gym, do crunches before bed and maybe sone restricting wouldnt be so bad? My sister hardly eats and is getting into running and feel so threatned. My cousin just ran 30 k and i cant i feel so fat, so lazy, so disgusting. Im crying before bed again and after i eat. Im starting to slide back and i was doing so well! I cant tell my family i think their starting to beleive im better... Oh i wish i was better
   
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Re: And so it begins again... - December 1st 2012, 02:55 AM

Hi beautiful♥ there's no way you can get better over night, but over time you can get through this. It's normal to feel threatened when you're comparing yourself to those around you..I catch myself doing that all the time. Don't accept defeat yet, gorgeous♥ I'm here if you need to talk xoxo hang in there


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Re: And so it begins again... - December 1st 2012, 05:10 PM

I think in situations like this, it's best not to compare yourself to others. You're never going to be satisfied with the comparison because we are our own worst critics. When you're feeling like this, it would help for you to realize the good about you, the things you like. Just because you can't do this or that doesn't make you less of a person, and it doesn't make you fat. Play off your strengths. What is something you CAN do. Participate in things you can achieve, and I think it would make you feel better about yourself. It's all about finding the things that make you feel good, rather than the things that make you feel worse. Hope this helped. It's just a matter or tweaking your mindset and changing your perspective


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