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I have a history of anorexia and bulimia and I've really been struggling lately. I feel like I have very little time to exercise and when I do, I don't know WHAT to do. I honestly don't see anything wrong with not eating to try and lose weight. It'd just be short-term, then I would maintain that weight and build muscle. My bf told me once that I have a "body complex" and I know that's true. I also used to cut and have been having the extreme urge to again but feel guilty..the only thing that keeps me from doing it is my bf...

break down, rebuild, repeat.

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I don't see a question here, but check out this thread.

There is an upside to everything, sometimes you just have to turn it upside down to find it.

:-) Vikki (-:

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