View Poll Results: Have you suffered from an eating disorder?

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  • Yes - Complusive Overeating

    4 22.22%
  • Yes - Anorexia

    7 38.89%
  • Yes - Bulimia

    6 33.33%
  • Yes - Selective Eating Disorder

    4 22.22%
  • Other

    3 16.67%
  • NO

    5 27.78%
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    Quote Originally Posted by sydneychick View Post
    Def comfort eating disorder since a child. V depressing so upped our health ins and seeing dietitians beg Aug. At rock bottom now with self esteem as family ridiculed me for last 30 yrs. V unhappy.

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    I am a compulsive over-eater, My sleeve was a last resort treatment which has helped but the head battle is still there and I have to fight it. I was doing really well until I got pregnant and now breast feeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sydneychick View Post
    Def comfort eating disorder since a child. V depressing so upped our health ins and seeing dietitians beg Aug. At rock bottom now with self esteem as family ridiculed me for last 30 yrs. V unhappy.

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    So sorry, I hope everything gets better for you soon.

    I don't fit into any of those categories, but I've had disordered eating since my teens. At its worst it ranged from eating practically nothing for days, to binge eating a whole days worth of calories in one meal.

    I don't consider myself someone with an 'eating disorder', but I know the way I feel about food, and how what I eat and weigh is linked to my self esteem is 'disordered'. I've been trying to ignore my thoughts and do what is best for bubs now that I am pregnant - which I am succeeding in so far - but I still have bad days where I hate how I look and how much I have to eat. I don't know where this puts me on the ED spectrum.

    I wish all you ladies luck with what seems to be a daily battle


 

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