My Sister Has Bulimia

If you have a family member with an eating disorder, you’ll want to check out this new blog: My Sister Has Bulimia.

The author, a woman I am looking forward to getting to know much better, writes:

“Part of the reason I started this blog was to just get my emotions out. I think it can pretty easy to throw them back aggressively and hurtfully when you’re being pelleted with them. That’s what I used to do earlier on with my sister’s e.d, and obviously it got us no where. I really just want to provide a “place” where family members (especially siblings) can go and discuss, empathize, provide support for each other and know that they’re not alone.

I want the readers to know that the feelings of frustration, helplessness and confusion are valid but that it doesn’t have to be a negative experience or process. In fact, in my experience, it’s taught me about myself, and I’ve become increasingly aware of my actions, my words and my general philosophy of life.”

http://onbulimia.blogs.com/journeys/2009/02/i-am-very-pleased-to-introduce-you-all-to-a-new-blog-that-i-hope-will-be-very-enlightening-for-us-and-a-place-of-support-and.html

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