I have always wondered. I know many ppl that have suffered from this disease for many many years. How can one survive over years with no food? or barely any at all? One would think that your body would of gave out. I saw a girl today at work that was just bones, and I mean bones- you could see her butt bone through her pants. I felt awkward and I didn't want to stare but I wanted to just go up to her and tell her it was alright or something. How can one do this? help me understand how someone can do this for years yet is still around. I want to learn.
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