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Hi,

Obviously there are many habits I do (lool it’ll be a whole essay) but one habit that really stood out to me is that I stop eating anything I feel like I’ve ate loads of in a day (eating a lot of it=I really like it and I’ll eat more of it again). So for example, I ate lots of cheese sandwiches today (knowing how calorific it is), now I’ll never eat cheese again because I feel like I’ll eat loads of it again then get addicted to it (then bred will be next lool) I cancelled out many foods from my diet ie chicken, red meats, rice, pasta, hummus etcc. Should I get help or is that not a big deal?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi,

Obviously there are many habits I do (lool it’ll be a whole essay) but one habit that really stood out to me is that I stop eating anything I feel like I’ve ate loads of in a day (eating a lot of it=I really like it and I’ll eat more of it again). So for example, I ate lots of cheese sandwiches today (knowing how calorific it is), now I’ll never eat cheese again because I feel like I’ll eat loads of it again then get addicted to it (then bred will be next lool) I cancelled out many foods from my diet ie chicken, red meats, rice, pasta, hummus etcc. Should I get help or is that not a big deal?
Feeling like you’ve had too much of a food is normal and even having loads then not having it for a while is normal.

However If you’re cutting most foods out your life because you feel they are fattening is an early sign of a developing ED
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(Original post by Blueclueless)
Feeling like you’ve had too much of a food is normal and even having loads then not having it for a while is normal.

However If you’re cutting most foods out your life because you feel they are fattening is an early sign of a developing ED
That’s exactly what I do. So what now?
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i think only really you can say (this post felt pretty vague too lol sorry) but if you have to ask if your relationship w food is unhealthy then it probably is. if you’re comfy doing so then talk to someone, family friends or whoever but also speak to your gp? get their thoughts on whether or not your behaviours unhealthy and what kinda help can be put in place, just be completely honest and open with them
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i think only really you can say (this post felt pretty vague too lol sorry) but if you have to ask if your relationship w food is unhealthy then it probably is. if you’re comfy doing so then talk to someone, family friends or whoever but also speak to your gp? get their thoughts on whether or not your behaviours unhealthy and what kinda help can be put in place, just be completely honest and open with them
I tried making it less vague so you could understand but I guess not. I know I’ve got an unhealthy relationship with food and friends and family realised this too but what am I meant to do now lool?
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Hi,

Obviously there are many habits I do (lool it’ll be a whole essay) but one habit that really stood out to me is that I stop eating anything I feel like I’ve ate loads of in a day (eating a lot of it=I really like it and I’ll eat more of it again). So for example, I ate lots of cheese sandwiches today (knowing how calorific it is), now I’ll never eat cheese again because I feel like I’ll eat loads of it again then get addicted to it (then bred will be next lool) I cancelled out many foods from my diet ie chicken, red meats, rice, pasta, hummus etcc. Should I get help or is that not a big deal?
I would say cancelling out foods from your diet is bad every one should have a balanced diet , also think your relationship with food isn't healthy wont hurt discussing this with your gp
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I tried making it less vague so you could understand but I guess not. I know I’ve got an unhealthy relationship with food and friends and family realised this too but what am I meant to do now lool?
Seeing your GP would be best, they'll be best place to actually provide practical help.
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That’s exactly what I do. So what now?
Go to therapy. Ignore these thoughts as much as you can because holy ****ing it’s not worth it. You won’t get thin. You’ll just get depressed have headaches and have your whole life ruled by food. ED’s are a parasite on your brain but luckily you’ve caught it early meaning you can get help before you sink.
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