I was just wondering how anybody could have a healthy funcional relationship while suffering from an eating disorder? I suffer from both an E/D and anxiety. When I was in a relationship both of my problems became severe...so severe that it was hard for me to function everyday. When you are in a relationship, you are basically opening your true self up to someone (it's hard to hide bulimia...trust me) How do you cope with it. Is it possible to make your partner understand???
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