I haven't been writing on this site much, but I get on and read every day. It seems like you really are helpful and supportive. I am so sunk in my ed since January. The numbers keep going down, and I'm in a low range now. Part of me knows that I'm in trouble, but part thinks I don't have a problem at all. I ate a small bowl of soup at work Friday, and it just freaked me out. I felt like I could feel it in there the whole rest of the day. At church today my pastor asked how I was doing with it, and I had to tell him "about the same". I have been down this road so many times in my life. My best friend that lives 2 hours away says I need intervention, but that is the last thing I want. I am so through with therapy and hospitals and treatments. I know I have all the tools to turn this around myself. I just need to find the courage to do it. In the end the only one that can help me is me. I hope that I'm not irritating anyone by talking like this but I really think I need some support right now. Thank you for listening to me.
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