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Don’t Do It Alone

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I am a lifer. My disease is such that I can never leave OA. I spent a lifetime struggling to control my food and body, and the result was a soul-wrenching desperation to find another way. My disease takes a form I call “classic bulimia.” I binged until it hurt, threw up, and then binged again. It wasn’t always end-on-end bingeing and purging. Sometimes it took as long as a month for me to feel the need to binge and purge again, but that day always came. I am so grateful that I reached a bottom, because now I understand

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