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    Bulimia help
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    Cmorgankl posted:
    I have been bulimic for about 15 years now (I'm 35). My family and husband just found out over christmas and needless to say they were hurt/concerned/angry/confused etc. I have had a week of in patient treatment but felt it wasnt the right place for me as it was a drug and alcohol rehab. I'm currently meeting with a psychologist and keeping a food journal. I have been feeling much better mentally but am still b/p. I have more control over it now, but sometimes I WANT to do it and I do. I have a lot of free time. How do I stop wanting to do it? I'm usually doing it from 12 to 3 pm (sometimes later). I always eat a healthy breakfast, go to the gym most days and have been making an effort to have a healthy dinner. There are no support groups where I live (Asia) so I would greatly appreciate any tips or suggestions. Also, how to deal with a husband who doesn't know how to handle it!! Many thanks
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