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Default Dec 01, 2021 at 10:12 AM
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Hey.
I don't have a diagnosis but I'm pretty sure I have anorexia. I'm scared of going to the GP, I don't want to loose the control I have. I keep swapping from eating to self harm and it's too much. Use it to try and deal with abuse at home. I tried to eat more, I just felt awful and ill. I feel okay as I am so why change? I'm struggling to understand everyone's concerns and incentive.
So worried for Christmas, haven't been through a Christmas like this yet. Sure it will be one of many.
Sorry to rant and sorry if this crosses over topics.

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Default Dec 01, 2021 at 11:41 AM
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I am so sorry you are struggling with this. What a heavy burden. Wish I knew what to say that would help. Hope others here with more knowledge, experience and wisdom will see your post and respond in a kindly and helpful way. My heart goes out to you!
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Default Dec 02, 2021 at 09:50 AM
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I've just got a doctor's appointment for my eating. How on earth do I do it over the phone? Where do I even start? I'm so scared.

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