this is not a question to judge anyone else (i’ve lived with a few different types of eating disorders since i was 8 or 9 years old, so i know what that’s like). and i know the difference between having an eating disorder and what all the “pro-anorexics” are doing… but can you really just decide one day that you want to stop eating (or make yourself purge everything you eat)? is it really that easy? how many of you have done that and succeeded?
I mean, it’s not like this happens in totally healthy people. There needs to be something there already, some sort of pain or issue or instability. But yeah, if there’s potting soil the plant can start to grow right away.
Starving begets starving. There was this Michigan Experiment where a bunch of concientious objectors volunteered to starve for a month or two in order to test the refeeding program. Most of the participants struggled with weight and eating for the rest of their lives. Starving yourself, even if you’re doing it as a fad diet, screws with your brain’s chemistry in a big way. It’s addictive, in the most literal sense of the term, and purging is worse. Purging addicts quicker, and more thoroughly.
Really fat people who “embrace” their body annoy the fuck out of me. Like no. You’re not cool you’re disgusting.
Good news: They don’t care what the fuck you think!
And since you’ve established that it’s totally okay for total strangers to give body criticism, I think you’re disgusting in your pictures. I think you’re malformed and greasy. And you’re a jackass on top of that, so you’ve really got it all going on right now.
Been consuming more than my 500-calorie goal. It’s a steady 1500 these days. What is happening to me?
I don’t really want to get better.
Sometimes I feel like my ED is a part of me intrinsically and the idea of losing it makes me feel lonely and sad and nostalgic,
- Classy women
- Guys being gentlemen
- Cute ass relationships
- Cold War
- Constant threat of nuclear war
But I mean the vintage bombshelters are sooo totally cute
this post is literally the best thing i’ve ever seen
You can like one part of a time period without liking everything about it.
Besides right now sucks too.
(Source: ourlovestheperfectcrimee, via eponinedead)