I guess I eat when I am in a good mood and don't eat on a bad mood, I think it would be really hard to break that on my own but I keep telling GPs that I can do it on my own. Sometimes I constantly eat and eat a lot during the day that I end up putting on weight without meaning to. I also lose the weight quite easily by not eating, though people would tell me starving myself isn't going to make me lose weight, you put it back on when you start eating or eat a lot at once. I don't see me put the weight back on, when I lose it I lose it and it takes years to get to the weight I was at.
When people get depressed some people would binge eat or over eat whilst others won't eat. Do all depressed people have anorexia?
I guess you could say I can make changes myself and eat and get to a healthy weight, but it may not help with the excuses and eating disorder thoughts. I also hate being "educated" on the importance of nutrition and "giving yourself the right fuel" and "the body is like a car." Do you think I don't know this? I do and still don't want to eat due to anorexia and my birth defect. Telling me these things (which may be by the therapist or nutritionist) just aggravates me. I will most likely put it on if I eat when my family eat (some family members eat constantly and some eat twice a day or three times a day and they are bordering overweight or are overweight, I don't think I will ever be overweight though, it's hard enough getting to a healthy weight).