Anonymous: I can't stop thinking about this guy who I'm 99% sure doesn't like me because I'm overweight now. I'm in recovery for an ED and I've put on weight. He liked me until he saw me like this. My heart hurts so bad.
there is, in the end, the letting go. that is all.
Anonymous: Sometimes I really think that my eating disorder is all I have, my only constant. I met a boy recently who picks me daisys and tucks my hair behind my ear before he kisses me. And I think I love him. But it hurts because I'd choose emptyness and
do not, ever, measure things in absence instead of presence.
Anonymous: Do you like boys or girls? Or both? :)
I like my dog what answer were you expecting
Anonymous: Today has conquered me. He doesn't love me anymore, so I am making myself disappear again. It's the only thing left to do; the only thing left to fall back on.
THIS IS WHAT PEOPLE DO, THEY STAY ALIVE FOR ONE ANOTHER.
Anonymous: I started recovery for my ed almost 3 years ago and I thought I'd be better by now. And somedays I feel okay. But otherdays it feels like I can't bare to be in my body for another minute. I guess what I'm saying is it never really goes away
an eating disorder is called a disorder for that reason. there is nothing you can do to let it go. all you can do is learn to control it. and let me tell you, three years is a long fucking time to keep choosing recovery. you are brave for that, you are a survivor for that. never forget that.
Anonymous: I believe in you. You will survive.
did you know the entomology of survive means “to outlive, continue in existence after the death of another”
I will never survive the death of the people I’ve cared about the most.
I’m about to answer so many questions don’t be mad
bro you look so cute right now dude. dude you are so fucking adorable