I am new to this site and to this support group. I've been b/p for about four years now and no one has ever known except for a therapist a few months ago and now you all... What I'm getting at is that when I told my therapist about my problem and told you all through that little box "your story" that I had to fill out to join this group, I found myself feeling really shitty the rest of the day. I thought that opening up is supposed to make me feel... i dunno relieved? weight off my shoulders? good? My therapist was a moron and she said that I make bad decisions, in responce to my bulimia. But, I am confused, I don't know how to get better, or what makes me have the urges to b/p. How did telling someone make you feel? Did you feel good and supported? Or like me, now instead of being a failure to yourself by continuing to b/p you will be a failure to your confider too?
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