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Old 08-18-06, 01:57 AM   #1
 
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Hi, names Cash. Alow me to dispense one facet of my life. I hate my physique! It's repulsive. loose , uneven, stretches from a long murderous struggle with my weight. I've spent so much time, too much time suffering at the gym, ceasing all hobbies as to exercise at home instead, doing cardio till I'm exhausted, starving for some satissfying nourishment, constantly denying myself any relaxation. AND FOR WHAT!? just to get scoffed at by some perfect guy who's never been out of shape for one second of his entire life. IT'S NO FAIR, having to torture myself and starve to look revolting, while some ingrate doesn't push himself at all and look immaculate.
So with that I ask "What's the worst that can happen if I'm bulemic?" I've been moderately bulemic for 2 1/2 years. I don't practice it often, only after ingesting something I know is fattening, but I do it none the less. Why should I stop doing something that's keeping the weight off?

-Cash


p.s. fitness isn't my immediate issue...but there's a long history behind that too
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Old 08-18-06, 02:56 AM   #2
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because eventually you will be putting on weight from the water!!! your body will store the fat and you will blow up like a baloon!
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I remember making myself throw up because I was afraid I was going to get fat from eating too may carrots with peanut butter (you know weight watchers gave carrots points now so ohg- i was going to get fat) But if some guy isn't goingt o give you the time of day because he doesn't have to work for his body- then he is not worth it. You need to start hanging out with people who are going to give you praise for the accomplishments that you have made with your struggle with weight. Everybody is going to have parts of their bodies that they don'tlike- I now have unbelievable stretch marks on mythigh from it being so unbelievably swollen for so long from my hip injury (kickboxing- don't ever do it!). But trust me- you'll feel better about your body once you find people who accept it- including yourself. I still feel like I need to lose weight- since I've gained weight not being able to exercise (bedrest) and trust me- everything you put in your mouth becomes a question. Don't let that happen! Food should be nourishment, not a question!
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Old 08-19-06, 12:14 AM   #4
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Give yourself some credit for having the discipline to excersise and loose weight.
Don't assume those people in the gym always looked that way, you really don't know. I've seen people go from fat to thin and if you looked at them thin, you would never know. Also, if they are so happy with THEIR bodies then what are they doing at the gym?

People have different body types. You have to learn to like yourself and do the best you can; not everyone can look like a magazine cover--most people don't.
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Old 08-19-06, 01:40 AM   #5
 
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What's the worse that can happen? I will tell you. You can binge one time too many and you're esophagus will either collapse or rupture and you will either suffocate to death or you will bleed to death. Either way, you will die. And did I mention....your teeth will rot. It is sad, but true. I am a nurse. That is the worse that can happen, sweetie. Stop now. I give you kudos for excersizing. Hell, I can't even get motivated to do that anymore.
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Old 08-19-06, 01:41 AM   #6
 
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I meant purge one too many times...not binge. If you binge one too many times...you'll just gain weight. Sorry, its late. Brain ain't workin' so well.
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