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Re: Holidays and eating disorders Racer

Posted by Poet on December 3, 2008, at 13:45:58

In reply to Holidays and eating disorders, posted by Racer on November 29, 2008, at 11:18:42

Hi Racer,

I hate being pushed to eat, especially when I'll just head to the bathroom immediately after leaving the table. Then, of course, later when I'm home and I'm hungry, wondering what my husband thinks about that I ate alot, but am hungry later. He's never brought it up, thank all the gods and goddesses.

My sister does not have an eating disorder (that I am aware of, then again she doesn't know about me, either) she is a vegan. She eats no meat or dairy products. My mother thinks it's odd, but it's perfectly acceptable for my sister to eat veggies and fruit while the rest of us are stuffing or faces with turkey and pie. Maybe you should tell the food pushers that you have gone vegan for health reasons and eat only vegan foods around them. My sister is very thin, by the way, and my mother never pushes her to gain weight.

I am sorry they are food pushers. I mean honestly if you were allergic to nuts would they force you to eat pecan pie? Cyber slaps to them all.





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