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support · 2 years ago
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Everything okay?
If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder, you are not alone.  
If you are located in the U.S., contact the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) Helpline at 1-800-931-2237 for support, resources, and treatment options.
If you are located in the United Kingdom, The Beat UK is here to support people who have or are worried they have an eating disorder.  You can find all of the support services they provided by clicking here.
If you are located anywhere in the European Union, you can find support resources in your area at Mental Health Europe.
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sknpinkluv · 9 hours ago
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Did you ever look at yourself in the mirror and thought "I'm so fat and disgusting" and stopped look at your body
And immediately after look at yourself in an other mirror, or anything else that reflects an image, and think "I'm so fat and disgusting"
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elizibeth-lorraine · 11 hours ago
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Today 250 jump ropes and 412 calories have been eaten I feel like a complete failure
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boyswantribstoo · 12 hours ago
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Part of me just feels so safe and comfortable when I'm scrolling through ed tumblr
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sknpinkluv · 10 hours ago
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Are there people in your life that make you more uncomfortable about your body?
Unfortunately there are in my life people like that...
But there are also other people with whom I feel "normal", I always feel fat but this people don't make this mentally heavy.
I don't know how to explain it.
English isn't my first language, I hope you can understand
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miacalories · 12 hours ago
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Every single time I argue with my bf he has to come for my weight like you asshole I trust you with my issues and this is what I get…??? At least it fuels my ed lmaooo I know that if I was thin enough he wouldn’t even think abt making those comments
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elizibeth-lorraine · an hour ago
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Don’t Binge Today because in a week or in a month this could be you
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sknpinkluv · 13 hours ago
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Thinspo
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Carolina V Marie - Via Instagram
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fragi1eb0nes · 2 hours ago
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29/7/21
breakfast:
monster ultra [10]
lunch:
cinnamon twists [110]
thin pepperoni pizza [480]
pepperoni pizza [210]
dinner:
fresh roll [85]
peanut sauce [60]
coconut soup [300]
penang curry [100]
snack:
gatorade [160]
intake: 1,515
outake: 3,161
net: -1,646
mad at myself for eating so much 😄 what’s new. also i’m basing outake on the “total” from apple watch, which i’m pretty sure is just including my bmr.
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(this is what i’m basing outake off of)
anddd here’s some thinspo <3
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sad-angel-energy · 10 hours ago
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My ed feels like a fever dream. Like I don't even consider it a disorder. It's just a....thing. I don't see how i could ever recover
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edguides · 5 hours ago
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w e i g h t l o s s t i p s :
1. don't eat without drinking water it will make you binge.
2. only eat small portions.
3. no fast-food or sweets.
4. make vegetables your best friend.
5. no liquid kcal.
Always remember to have metabolism day once a week or two at the most.
DRINK LOTS OF WATER BEFORE A MEAL.
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reallyfoggyruins · 5 hours ago
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ways to burn cals for people who hate excersize
* literally just standing. while doing work, scrolling through tumblr whatever
* stimming !!! stimming or even just fidgeting such as bouncing your leg can burn up to 350 cals per day
* playing with pets
* if you have a basketball hoop, netball hoop or basketball hoop just shooting can burn a tonne and you don't really realise it especially if like me you suck so have to go off running after the ball
* eating ice
* just try and walk a bit faster than your normal pace when your walking somewhere
* taking breaks and stretching
* take a cold shower or bath (be safe, not too long especially if in the shower and start to feel faint get out)
* drinking coffee
* washing the dishes or other household chores
* laughing - burns 50 cals a day if you laugh up to 10-15 mins
* sitting with good posture/ enagaging your core even while sitting down
* chewing gum
* dancing!! you burn heaps and its super fun so you dont normally realise you're doing exersize
* playing any xbox/ wii game standing up bonus points if your competitive and take it seriously
* when you eat choose something you can eat while walking you wont think about the fact that your walking and you tend to eat slower as well.
* wearing high heals
* wearing heavy clothes or putting more suff in your bag to make it heavier
* having sex ...
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st4rving-for-fun · 8 hours ago
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My brain: I know you had a little bit of a drinking problem, buuuuuut drugs don’t have calories
Me: Excuse me?!?
(I don’t even know if that’s true anyway)
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thanakite · 2 hours ago
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Just LOVE that my current official diagnosis is "Chronic Pain Syndrome" like that is the most vague ass shit. Like yes I was already aware that I have chronic pain that is why I'm seeing you and your telling me that my diagnosis is essentially "Thing-You-Have Syndrome" and if you try to look it up and see what comorbidities there are for it or common causes or treatments most of the stuff that comes up is about things that have chronic pain as part of the diagnosis like Fibromyalgia or EDS. There is pretty much nothing on why someone would experience high level chronic pain all over their body without it being one of those diseases and those aren't well researched or understood as is. All of which means absolutely shit all for me in terms of help with the problem.
Oh and for those of you that are curious as to what changed my Fibromyalgia diagnosis into this, it was simply that my pain is everywhere and not just in the trigger point locations
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