Hi.... Im just new here.... I have struggled with Bulimia for the past 6 years but it comes and goes in stages.... I have never been overly large but just not the right size for myself.... I feel so good about myself when I loose my weight.. I feel confident and happy! When I was in year 11 was the first time I started binging and making myself sick afterwards and it only lasted for a year..... and to tell you the truth I cant remember why I stopped... but when I did I put on my weight again and became depressed again..... Then about a year after that I became bulimic again for about a year and a half and got thin again and felt good about myself again..... I got very thin but not to skinny for people to think I had a problem.... no one knew what I did and still nobody knows now even though I have not done it for about a year and a half. The only reason I stopped last time was because I became pregnant..... I now have a 9 month old daughter.... which is part of the reason I wanted to come here for advise.... I am really really scared I am going to get back into it.... I have started doing it occasionally... like yesterday I ate soooooOOOO much junk food and afterwards went I was sick............ I think about it everyday..... and this is how it has started othertimes.......... I dont want to start it again as food takes over my life and my life is now for my daughter........ im just so depressed about my weight.... and dont understand why I cant just get out there and exercise if I hate it this much.......... Does anyone know if this is normal? sorry its so long just really confused....... I have never talked to anyone about this.......
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