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Re: Therapist's challenge about my weight Racer

Posted by Maxime on April 20, 2008, at 19:54:32

In reply to Therapist's challenge about my weight, posted by Racer on April 19, 2008, at 0:40:05

Hi Racer

I had a therapist who said that we would only worry about my weight if I went below xx pounds. So what do you think happened then? I went below xx pounds and was hospitalised.

I don't think it is a good to decide on a weight where you want someone to be concerned, because you will get there ... because you want the concern. We all want the concern, even if it gets in the way of our mission. Concern means you are doing something right ... being a GOOD anoretic and losing weight.

What I did another time was had my GP and my psychiatrist talk to one another and had my GP weigh me. She would let the psychiatrist know if i was in danger. Guess what? I didn't lose any more weight. The concern of GP is the same as the concern of a psychiatrist and I didn't want it.

Maybe you can come up with a plan like that.





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