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    An_267871 posted:
    Hello. I didn't think I would ever have to go through this but yet here I am. Lately I have been feeling very alone and depressed. I started not eating like normal which has resulted in me having an eating disorder. I haven't spoken to my parents about it because Everytime I try they tel me to basically get over it and I'll be fine. I've lost 18 pounds in the last month and the numbers keep decreasing. This all started when my boyfriend at the time told me I wasn't thin enough and then broke up with me to have sex with my "skinnier" friends. Let me remind you I weighed about 120. I currently weigh around 105 right now. I can't seem to get out of this and I'm scared I might end up hurting the ones I love. Please help because I can't seem to find anyone to listen.

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