So I was thinking last night... I'm having a really hard time with ED right now. But it's not because I feel like I'm losing my identity if I lose ED, it's because I don't know any differently. I've had ED for as long as I can remember, it's how I've always thought, always dealt with things... it's like we're taught as kids that the sky is blue, and so we grow up seeing the sky as blue. Well then one day someone says "No that's wrong, the sky is red!" And as hard as I try, when I look at the sky, I still see blue. It's not because I don't WANT to see it as red, it's that I really can't because I've thought, for nearly 23 years, that it's blue. Okay, I'm rambling... does this make sense to anyone?
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