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Re: Another thing Racer Racer

Posted by antigua on April 10, 2004, at 23:08:18

In reply to Re: Another thing Racer antigua, posted by Racer on April 10, 2004, at 22:54:29

I love it, some doctors are just so compassionate. When I went to see my Ob/Gyn/GP last year, she actually had the nerve to say "Well, the depression agrees with you, you've never looked better." What??? I was there for help and she told me I was doing great. That's why I depend on my therapist, she at least knows the score.

I'm vicariously proud of you for trying to get help when you were a teenager. I had no clue of what to do, or how to handle what I what I was feeling. That's when my eating disorders started, but nobody noticed then either. I was 87 lbs at 16 years old; someone should have done something and maybe I wouldn't be dealing w/this decades later. I have an 11-yr old daughter and I watch her and her friends w/eagle eyes.

Even if it is a call for attention, shouldn't someone listen? If a young girl can't talk about the abuse, or perhaps doesn't remember it, shouldn't her body be the indicator? My parents were worthless when it came to that. My father (who was the abuser) would tell me I was fat and I never saw my mother.

Sorry, don't mean to sound depressing. Sometimes it's just all a bit much. I can spot an abused girl a mile away.




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