Keep falling backwards...

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Keep falling backwards...

So I've been on this site a week now, and I must say it really has given me a lot of great information and motivation to Recover. I just can't seem to get passed this. I'll be doing really well but then I'll have some time to my self and go ahead and binge/purge. It's hAppened about 4 times this past week. I also feel like I'm bigger and ugh I just am losing hope. Going to continue to power through this. All of your opinions really help me so feel free to post anything or share any thing with me!

Chasing dreams..

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I am sorry to hear that, and

I am sorry to hear that, and I cannot understand you anymore. Maybe you should involve yourself with some things and around with people you love at the time you feel more easily to binge.

Angel333's picture
This is normal. It took me 4

This is normal. It took me 4 months to finally get into the rythem of things. I b/p a lot those first 4 months as I got my head around the BHM plan, what was involved, the challenges I would have to face. After that shaky 4 month beginning I then managed a 7 month b/p free spell. Longest in 14yrs :). I have however suffered a relapse (which is also normal!) but im getting back on track again now and have the confidence in myself as I know I managed before.
Listen to the audios, study the book like a bible, read the blogs the forums etc...try everything and anything suggested. I love affirmations. Your exactly where you need to be. The main thing is, your in recovery. Your still trying. Your not giving up! Pick yourself up time and time again and you will get there eventually!!

Wishing you all the best in recovery x

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