I Have Been Struggling With Anorexia/Bulima For About A Year Now. I’m 14. Only One Of My Friends Knows About My Eating Disorder. She Tries To Help Me, But I Dont Think She Understands It. What Should I Do?

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janurse427 – 08/27/2010 – 05:01

Thank you for reaching out! It’s very important that you get some professional help sooner, rather than later! Your chances for a quick and ocmplete recovery are very good at your age! Can you talk to you parents about this? What about a school counselor? Please talk to a trusted adult as soon as you can! You deserve to be free from this, and it is totally possible!

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