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How to Recover?? - July 24th 2010, 12:27 PM

sooo i think i may have had anorexia. and before anorexia binge. any advice on how to have a healthy relationship with food? my weight at anroxia never dipped underweight (thank god!!) but i restricted and idk any advice? what have ur therapists said?? help? thanks girls. and boys!
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Re: How to Recover?? - July 25th 2010, 01:59 AM


The best way to recover for an eating disorder is to start slowly. Also, to seek help, because doing it alone is extremely difficult. Talking to a counselor, or even a friend, and to your doctor can help. Other than reaching out for help, you can try to get yourself back to eating normally. If you are restricting, start small. Eat one full meal a day, then a meal and snack, then two meals, etc. Eating six small meals a day is healthy and is often better and easier than trying to eat three normal sized meals.

The best thing is to take it slow. Recovery doesn't happen overnight, it's a difficult long process.So give it some time, and just hang in there.

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