Tonight I tried to tell my bf, again, that losing weight for me is not just a matter of making up my mind and doing it. He tells me that I just have to work hard and make sacrifices. I tried to tell him that he doesn't understand and I realize that he either really doesn't, or he doesn't want to accept the fact that I have a problem. It's not like other things where you can just quit eating. Has anyone else had a similar experience trying to tell a person close to them about what kind of problems you experience with food addiction? Have you given up talking to this person and trying to help them understand or have you found a key way of expressing to them what goes on inside of you that makes them finally get it? I just joined tonight because after trying again to talk to him and miserably failing I really needed to talk to someone, anyone, who knows where I am coming from.
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