The dreamer in me hopes one day someone will forget what the world thinks and say I love you and that's all I really know.
My thigh gap is getting a bit bigger. I’m sort of happy with my progress but it’s not enough, it’s just not acceptable. I need to see more progress. Never enough I need to be better
When an eating disordered person says, “I’m fat” it doesn’t always mean “I’m fat”. Instead they could be trying to say “I’m sad” or “I’m really angry”. Telling a person with an ED “Oh, you’re not fat” isn’t going to work when they aren’t looking to hear that. They may instead be looking for a way to express anxiety, shame, guilt, depression etc through their ED. Saying “I’m fat” isn’t always just a statement, it’s an emotion.