There's an event at my church coming up.. The 30 hour famine. I want to participate and the youth group wants me there as a role model/support kind of thing, but I'm afraid of the anorexia that has been poking at my mind relentlessly lately. Should I do it? Can I do it? And how do I tell them no without the awkward questions? I want to do this, I need it for faith reasons, but what if this blows up all over the place.
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