me and/or my ED?

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horsebacklover2's picture
me and/or my ED?

It's so hard to seperate me from my ED. bc of struggling with this so long and having it be be part of my life, all the time weather im abstaining or active, its like become part of me and i have a hard time seeing myself outside of it-- i guess i cant imaginelife without it. does anyone else struggle with this?

dee, horsebackgirl

TootieSuz's picture
Always, its like Dr. Jeckyll

Always, its like Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde!

Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you are right. " -Henry Ford

that_girl_jess's picture
I struggle with this! I think

I struggle with this! I think it might be a good idea to write down all the things we are without our ED? You keen? X

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