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    The Fight Against Binge Eating
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    An_264876 posted:
    I'm a girl in school who is highly looked up to. No one would ever possibly expect that I would be a binge eater, but here I am. I've been eating with a restrictive diet for the past 2 years because I have an obsession with how I look. I lost about 15 pounds, but now, I binge a couple of times a week. I am quickly gaining that weight back...I feel even more sad when I read posts from others about their hopelessness in binge eating and not being able to stop. I'm choosing to be different, starting today. I will eat healthy. I will pray and do my absolute best in this effort to quit binge eating forever. I want my health - more than I want to give in to a sudden urge to eat that will only end up making me feel worse. Who's with me? I need some accountability. I know I can do this, but team work makes the dream work. Let's conquer this together.


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