Advice on early recovery

3 posts / 0 new
Last post
hayleyjanemakeu...
hayleyjanemakeup@hotmail.co.uk's picture
Advice on early recovery

I have suffered with bulimia since the age of 13 I'm now 27 this is my first real big recognition at dealing with it in recovery.I'm struggling with IE. I seem to have really cut down on purging (amazing!) and when I have binged its certainly not as severe I have managed to stop myself from an allday day binge and purge a few times recently. This is amazing again!!! I understand the importance of regaining balance with my body, though I don't know when to stop eating I seem to binge on every meal. The speed of eating is an issue. I really want a life outside of food I'm finding this so hard as I have put on a bit of weight and its really affected myself esteem. My body feels so uncomfortable and foreign to me . Any advice, as I'm so obsessed with losing weight I feel I'm going crazy, its so painful at times emotionally and obviously suffering physical effects

lots of love

xxx

Blingong
Blingong's picture
Hello Babe! How are you

Hello Babe!
How are you feeling? I can totally relate to what you are experiencing. Im 27 too, and had this chronic diease for 12 yrs too. Its a long & tiring journey to get if off your mind.
Mind must be strong. Need strong support.
Would love to chat with you

hayleyjanemakeu...
hayleyjanemakeup@hotmail.co.uk's picture
Hey thank you..... would love

Hey thank you..... would love to chat I need to get on here more often as i gain strength from here for sure. Hows you im not too bad less purging but bingeing is frustrating as seems to be expanding. I know if i slow down and appreciate my food my body willcomebk into balance. heres my email hayleyjanemakeup@hotmail.co.uk. Im posistive we can get through this all together

xx

Hayleyjane

Join the BulimiaHelp.org Recovery Program & Support Community. Tell me more

 

 

 


 

 


The information provided in this website is for information purposes only. The information on this website is NOT a substitute for proper diagnosis, treatment or the provision of advice by an appropriate health professional. Please refer to the full disclaimer and copyright. If you do think you might suffer from an eating disorder, it is important that you talk to your General Practitioner, as there are many physical complications that can arise from being at an unhealthily low weight or from losing weight very quickly, or from purging. We advise you to seek professional help with working on an eating disorder.

 

Copyright © BulimiaHelp.org. 2013. All rights reserved.