This is a new beginning, free of the control food has over my life

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This is a new beginning, free of the control food has over my life

If I can overcome this then anyone can. 32 years of bulimia. It's a long time and I am tired of the control food has on my life and the perpetual fear of putting on weight. I try so hard to resist, but it gets the better of me every time. I hope that this program can deliver the help that I need to free myself of the shackles I wear every day.

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I know exactly how you feel,

I know exactly how you feel, it's been 20 years for me. Stupid thing is, it was such an easy option and solution, I could have my cake and eat it too. I guess I just put the negative side of the condition to the back of my mind and thought I would deal with it one day. Well, like you, that one day has come for me. The final straw for me was a health scare last week, and that is what has brought me here. I didn't even know this sort of website/programme existed! I just started googling topics related to bulimia and found this. I joined on Monday. I am finding this programme extremely helpful and reassuring and now four days into this recovery programme I am still feeling great - long may it last.
I hope you are going well too, and that you feel by joining this programme you have made a major break through as I am feeling at the moment. It is the first time I have ever looked for help, and I have never told anyone about my condition. My husband caught me a year or two ago, but I was able to convince him it was just a short term thing and that I was well over it now. (I wish!) Anyway, all the best with everything. It's good to know there are others out there going through the exact same thing as me finally!

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