Hello, I am new here. I am a 31 y/o married man who has battled bulemia for 11 years. It has been very difficult for me to find support groups because so many are geared towards women, and some actually would not want a man there. As bad as bulemia is, it is particularly difficult for me, because I am bulemic and I have an illness that some view primarily as a woman's illness. My wife and I are expecting our first child and I want to be as healthy as I can for them. I really do not have a topic for discussion here, just wanted to say hello and see if anyone has had any experiences with a man who has this illness or if anyone is opposed to me being here. I am not sure if the underlying reasons for the condition are different for women and men, or if they are similar.
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