My Bully: Bulimia


Understanding, recovering from, insights, tips for loved ones about: bulimia. My battle and hopefully your resource.

“She” and “Her” are references to my bulimia. I choose to make her a separate entity from myself. I do not define myself by my bulimia, just like a cancer victim chooses not to define herself by her cancer. So long as She is separate from Me, She is something I feel I can fight. And beat.

1. “Eating disorder, meet: low self -esteem”

2. Never Full

3. Body hating and masticating

4. The Food Addiction Confliction

5. Perpetually defeated, She’s such a bully

6. Falling off the wagon…and running alongside it

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