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(Original post by chelsea.uri)
Can you elaborate on that please?
People are doing the same thing to serious eating disorders as they are to depression. Or they mean some people are literally starving in less privileged places yet it has become such a normal phrase in society.
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(Original post by ThomH97)
Like someone will be very hungry but say they're starving, even though they just ate that morning.
That’s exaggeration
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