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Anonymous 7617

Why do you have an eating disorder? What is the motivation behind it? What goes through your head when the topic is food? How can you disregard hunger? What do you think of others when they eat a lot or express love for food? What do you think of fat people? What is your opinion on diets? Exercising?
And most of all,
Do you want to get better? Why does (at least with the cases i see) treatment rarely ever works?

Anonymous 7618

>>7617
I dont know if this counts as an eating disorder, but I do alot of sports and have to force feed myself to get enough calories. I hate eating food, the thought of it makes me sick, but I do it anyway for the sake of athletic performance

Anonymous 7619

>>7617
>Why do you have an eating disorder?
I don't think I have an eating disorder but I do forget to eat sometimes and find the act labor intensive. I also don't like pooping so more food just makes for more effort later. I do however like eating new varieties of food. I find eating novel things (especially sweet ones) to be an incredibly enjoyable experience, but I don't have the energy, time, want or knowledge to reinvent my weekly groceries to keep trying new things every single week.
>What is the motivation behind it?
I don't think I have a motivation as again, I'm not doing it intentionally I just forget sometimes and find eating unpleasurable most of the time.
>What goes through your head when the topic is food?
Is it new? Hope this tastes good. Have I had it before? Time to keep my body functioning.
>How can you disregard hunger?
I don't understand the question, but ignoring biological processes is incredibly easy to do. Disregarded your need to eat is only slightly different from forcing yourself to breathe slower and not immediately shitting yourself when you feel your bowels.
>What do you think of others when they eat a lot or express love for food?
Good for them if it's not obesity causing, and if it is obese causing, why do I care if they shave a few decades off their life?
>What do you think of fat people?
Chubby can be really cute. Normal fat people are nice to okay. Obese ones are disgusting.
>What is your opinion on diets?
Fad diets are just that, fads, and will disappear. I would say going by the original definition of a diet, anyone should add exercise into their routine with the diet. Else they'll just be low energy all the time and feel like shit in a different way indefinitely.
>Exercising?
Everyone should be exercising to some extent, but again, people killing their bodies slowly is just a normal thing. No skin off my back.
>And most of all, Do you want to get better? Why does (at least with the cases i see) treatment rarely ever works?
I would like it if eating a slight bit more food wasn't uncomfortable so I could be just a tiny bit more filled out but eh, I don't even know if the question applies to me.

Anonymous 7620

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>>7618
It's the opposite for me. I work out regularly and have to force myself to stop eating. I do eat healthy, but I'm such a sweettooth and can eat a lot of food before I really start to feel full regardless being high or not. Serving sizes are a joke.

Anonymous 7621

When I was bullimic I would eat because it brought me comfort. I was super depressed and eating was an escape for me. I would binge and then purge, or I would buy a ton of cheap junk food and chew it up and then spit it out behind a grocery store. It was absolutely disgusting.
I still do the chew and spit thing once in a while, but I rarely force myself to purge anymore.



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