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By  dudeitsdanny  |  29

Yeah, but jolly fat people are better than sad fat people! Seriously, though, go to a specialist on eating disorders. You're aware you have one, aware you need help.. Now get the help, if you can afford it. Otherwise, talk to your doctor. There's different meds you can try, and differrnt methods. Exercise can help your depression, and it MIGHT help your self-image.

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  princessRiRi97  |  29

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  kingtz  |  8

Well I heard that a cocktail of DNA, fructose and basic amines is great for your diet. It apparently is also a great cure for facial acne.

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  dudeitsdanny  |  8

They would have changed the verb, not the noun, since changing the noun changes the FML. It was plural when I read it, before you posted that. Nice try. Your "insult" just shows your anger, possibly due to being mistaken. Play again tomorrow.

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  gorina  |  8

Are you a mod? Do you edit them? Nah. Didn't think so. I'm not stupid, if it had originally been plural I'd have not brought it up. And why does everyone think that when you reply as bitchy as they did to you, you're mad? xD Just kind of irked you think you corrected me.

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  polysyllabist  |  20

Interesting... the the medications really work though, instead of being appropriately sized and depressed you now ought to be overweight but happy. Isn't that ok? I mean, maybe thinking you're overweight s depressing ... and maybe you now have a reason for it... but the meds ought to be counteracting that no?

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  emmanizzer  |  20

Agreed. There are so many meds on the market today that it's highly likely your doc could prescibe you a different one. Maybe then you'll start losing weight, notice it, and you will no longer need to even take anti-depressants! :)

By  dudeitsdanny  |  29

Yeah, but jolly fat people are better than sad fat people! Seriously, though, go to a specialist on eating disorders. You're aware you have one, aware you need help.. Now get the help, if you can afford it. Otherwise, talk to your doctor. There's different meds you can try, and differrnt methods. Exercise can help your depression, and it MIGHT help your self-image.

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  BeccaBoo170  |  29

Obviously you don't know much about eating disorders, it's a mental illness simply exercising wont help her self image. I've had bulimia/anorexia for almost 5 years and I exercise 4-5 days a week, trust me it doesn't help if anything it fuels the obsessive thoughts

By  dillies  |  13

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  dillies  |  13

121-i have had a eating disorder for overy 10 years...so i do know what it feels like. fyi the only thing that helps it is looking on the brighter side of things and having a good laugh once in awhile.

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  ania04  |  13

No one should joke about eating disorders. The person with one already has an altered view on what a healthy body should look like, and these disorders can lead to huge psychological stress, and can potentially lead to death. No one needs to feel like they are not good enough, and its easy to push someone over the edge when they are in such a fragile psychological state. Please don't make jokes about this.

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