Beginning my journey to bulimia free life

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Beginning my journey to bulimia free life

Hello. Blogging is very new to me so here I go.
My name is Cheryl and, as I said in a previous post, I have been dealing with bulimia off and on for the past ten years. Most may believe this is a younger person's condition but I am 59, a grandma and really should be beyond this BUT?
I am hoping sharing my experiences,as well as reading others' experiences, I will be fully on my way to a bulimia free future.
I am just beginning to explore the Bulimia Help book. I have read and studying many other helpful books and websites. All help keep me on a positive path to a healthier life.
To Health and Happiness!

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Dear Cheryl, Wish you joy and

Dear Cheryl,

Wish you joy and time to heal now!
You are not too old to recover!
I have eating disorders till puberty and am now 43,
still struggeling with binges and overeating and still
only a month free of purging.
Be hopeful and go step by step and ask help.



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Welcome Cheryl. When ED first

Welcome Cheryl.

When ED first hit me I thought I was to old. I was 18, I was past the puberty and uncomfortable teenage years, but what do you know we can feel lost at all ages. in one week it will be 3 years since I fully recovered and 8 years since the day it all began. I never thought it was possible. But it is.

I hope and pray you will find the guidance and support that you need from the precious members of bulimia Help and from Ali and Richard through their book.
Whenever you feel down, or like you're in a dark place or simply the wrong place, don't go that way, rather come here, let out your feeling, we don't judge here. We're all in the same boat.

Fighting with you in thought,
Hugs, Lanna

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