Nta but there's a middle ground between being ana and a fatty.
I'll likely never be diabetic since I never consume refined sugar in even minuscule amounts and partake in moderate exercise daily, but I also don't and will never look like >>71987
OP is overweight, but also…BMI 21-23 women exist.
And it's worth noting that women who are BMI 25-27-ish are a different league than 30+. The former group can reasonably get to a healthy weight in the short term, but obese people have created quite a challenge for themselves.
That may be why anons are saying OP isn't "that bad" since she can reverse the problem pretty easily, even just by cutting the liquid calories and extra snacking. At least that was my thought pattern.
But if you think anything above BMI 20 is fat then I suppose we just believe different things and that's that. If so, have a nice day.