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    I've recently admitted to someone that I have an eating disorder and need help and they've given me a load of resources and put me on the waiting list for the uni counsellors.

    Going through the resources has made me more aware that I have a disease and it's just made things worse.

    Is it only temporary?

    It might be daunting, but knowledges is power and people do get better. have you had a look at the Beats downloadable booklet, it gives you a total overview of dealing with an eating disorder. Its certainly not soemthing to ignore, but you can beat it if you just take small consistent steps and build up progress. Hang in there.
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