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bigadult responded:
I was bulimic throughout high school and as a young adult. I am now 36 and having the same thoughts coming back after so long. I just went to a conference where a doctor referred to eating disorders as "curable" and is not similar to substance addition where one is not in recovery but "cured." I don't believe this label and do not believe I will ever be "cured." I think I am in recovery and can manage my addiction, but a cure seems absurd. What are others thoughts?
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