(Original post by mikestraws)
Please guys, stop.
Cherry Gwyn has an eating disorder. If you read her posts and properly think about them, it's pretty obvious. When she tried to do the transformation contest this became extremely apparent to me and anyone who read them. Her before pictures and stats showed she was (probably still is) below a healthy weight, and yet she was obssessed with losing it. She sees herself as fat, is a compulsive exerciser and eats nothing, eats very samey foods most meals most days.
This girl listed a day of eating too much food as this:
"Breakfast: 30g mini shredded wheat, 125ml skimmed milk.
Lunch: 30g mini shredded wheat, 125ml skimmed milk
Dinner: Mini magnum, Mince Pie
And a day on her diet as this:
Oaty bakes (100kcal)
60 minutes walking and 20 sprints
These are all traits of anorexia, she even ended up in hospital due to severely low blood pressure.
This sums it up. There is no way she is noticeably gaining weight in a week, this is her mind hating what it sees no matter what it sees which is pretty much the root of anoerexia.
She is here again, asking for nutritional advice to lose weight, by giving her it, we are probably adding to the problem. Yeah she has acknowledged that she needs to eat more, but she still see's food as the enemy, she is still basing her diet on weight loss, not nutrition.
I previously contacted the mods about it, asked them to message her some details of support groups or something and they laughed in my e-face.
I am now talking directly to you. You have an eating disorder, but you are young and have every possibility to beat it. This can control your life, and ruin your life but you don't need to let it. Now I can't give you advice on how to fix this, but I suggest you start with things like:
Go to the person you are closest to; family, friend, best friend, partner or whoever, and tell them. Tell them everything, chances are they have noticed already.
Go to your GP, this is the next step. Come straight out and say you have a problem - admittance is key, you have nothing to be ashamed of.
Ask your gp for support groups, this isn't something you should tackle alone but it's also something your friends and family might not understand because they are not going through it. Your GP should also put you in touch with someone to help you with this.
That's all i've got. This is not sarcasm or trolling, this is genuine advice and concern, I don't think you need to be here on this forum, you need to get help before ths gets out of hand. Good luck.