I truly want to defeat ED and I work at it constantly, but I just do not understand why its chains are so strong and why I keep harming my body. Its like I want to stop thinking about weight and exercie and food but it is always on my mind. I just wonder sometimes what does it mean to be recovered? I mean is it possible to truly break free from the bondage that ED has and to not worry about food and weight? I think so but so many peopel say that it is always there- I just do not get that. What does recovery look like. Why does it seem so hard to get rid of this disease. Does anyone else ever have these questions?
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