does anyone here ever think that maybe they trained themselves too well not to eat? i weighed in this morning only 11lb more than my lowest weight, which worries me because i've been maintaining a bit higher than that for a good while now. i didn't even notice that i'd slipped back into old habits, it took that sharp shock of the scale to inform me. i remember how much of a struggle it was for me initially to repress my apetite, and i think i miss that feeling. the feeling of having to try so hard to overcome the urge. and admittedly, the feeling of having achieved something when i managed it. i suppose i'm just wondering what you guys think, with regards to your own situations, is it easier to hurt than to heal?
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