Greetings all! This is my first day on this web-site and I'm very excited about it. I just want to share my story with you and would love anyone's input. I'm (soon to be) 24 years old and I have been dealing with bulimia on and off for about 5 years - wow I can't believe it's been that long! At my worst (the summer of 2002) I was binging and purging almost everyday for about a week at a time. Since then I have gotten alot better. I hadn't had any episodes for a few months, but the last 3 nights in a row I have come home, eaten way too much and snuck off to the bathroom to try and throw up. I wake up in the morning feeling absolutely horrible/disappointed/embarassed. My computer is in the basement, and I like to take food down there and eat while I mindlessly surf the web. So my plan is to NOT bring any food down here anymore and write in this on-line journal when I come home feeling bored. I'd also love some friends to share my problem with, and to support anyone else that want someonento talk to. I want to say goodbye to bulimia forever
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