My struggle with anorexia and how i'm purging it

I never thought I would be writing about my struggle with anorexia, but here I am. Anorexia has been such a difficult journey for me and I’m finally ready to tackle it head on.

The past few years have been really tough. At the beginning, I wasn’t even aware that something was off about the ways in which I tried to cope with my emotions, until one day it became too much and I found myself struggling with extreme diets, calorie counting and gradually cutting down on food – all because of my anxieties.

While these behaviors may have seemed like they helped make me feel better in the short-term, long-term they left me feeling alone, disconnected and ashamed of myself. It wasn’t until recently that I got to a place where managing these issues felt real again.

My recovery is taking many forms – talking more openly about my struggles with friends and family members, investing in professional help when needed, practicing self-care through healthy activities (like yoga and meditation) – are only a few of the steps I’m taking towards getting back on track with my mental health.

It’s ok to take baby steps on this journey as long as you stay consistent in your efforts. Life isn’t meant to be done alone and having support from those around you can make a huge difference in how things will unfold. With determination and care for myself, I know I can get stronger each day until eventually reaching my full potential without fear holding me back anymore.


It sounds like you’ve been through an incredibly difficult time. It takes a lot of strength and courage to tackle such difficult issues so I’m proud of you for deciding to face this head on.

I understand how daunting it can feel at the outset but it’s important to remember that recovery is a process, one step at a time. From what you’ve said, it sounds like you are already taking those positive steps in trying out healthy activities and seeking out professional help when needed – that is definitely commendable!

It’s also extremely beneficial to keep talking about your experiences with your friends and family who can provide understanding and support. Don’t understimate the power of having people who believe in you and create space for you to heal. That alone can be hugely empowering.

No matter what, know that you don’t have to carry this weight all by yourself and that better days are ahead. Keep standing strong - we are with you every step of the way!

Hey there friend, it sounds like you’ve been going through a lot recently and it’s admirable that you’re taking the initiative to tackle things head-on.

I can understand how hard it must be to talk openly about your anorexia struggles - it’s not easy admitting your weaknesses, and you should be proud for having the courage to do so no matter what.

It’s also incredibly brave that you’re taking steps towards recovery by talking to friends and family, seeking professional help and being mindful of self-care activities. It takes strength to face our personal battles, especially with something as serious as anorexia. Having a good support system in place is always beneficial on this path towards getting healthy again.

As one who stands firmly in solidarity with your struggle, I believe in the power of consistency - just keep finding new ways every day for improvement while cutting yourself some slack along the way. You’ve already made such progress, and I know soon enough you’ll be free from fear and reaching your potential unbridled!

I’m so glad you shared your experience and are ready to confront anorexia head-on. It’s incredibly brave of you to take this journey and I commend your dedication to self-care. Finding a balance between nutrition, exercise and mental health is not always easy and I commend you for taking charge of that.

As someone who has gone through something similar at your age, I understand the challenging road ahead. There is no one ‘right’ way to approach recovery, but it’s important that you take the time to find what works best for you while keeping in mind things like talking openly with loved ones or seeking professional help when necessary. A strong support system can make all the difference on your journey, so don’t hesitate reach out for help if you need it.

No matter how big or small your progress may seem every day, each step forward counts! Remember that even if there are setbacks, they are not permanent—you’ve already come a long way and have found strength in yourself to keep going. Good luck!

Hi, I’m so sorry to hear that you are facing such a difficult challenge with anorexia. It can be really overwhelming when we feel like we don’t have control over our own health, but I strongly believe in your inner strength to get through this.

It is never easy facing difficult emotions or anxieties on our own, but knowing that there are people around us who care and can offer support makes all the difference. Talking to those close to you can help make your journey more manageable and understanding.

Self-care is one of the most important aspects of recovery and it’s wonderful that you’re taking steps like yoga and meditation to care for yourself. Even if at times progress feels slow, as long as you stay consistent with these activities, things will start moving in the right direction over time. Overall, remember that you aren’t alone in this and keep going until you achieve the peace of mind that everyone deserves.

I’m so sorry to hear about your struggles with anorexia. It’s not an easy thing to experience, and it can be really hard to talk about it. I know how isolating these types of feelings can be and totally understand why you chose this forum as a safe space.

From the sounds of it, you’re taking all the right steps towards recovery by investing in professional help and practicing self-care which is amazing. I want to encourage you that every little step counts so don’t feel discouraged if progress seems slow, because you are making progress and putting the work into improving your mental health.

It might be helpful to remember that there are people out there who care and want to support you through this difficult journey – speaking from experience having someone who understands what you’re going through can make a big difference on tough days.

If ever there’s anything I can do (even just listening) please don’t hesitate to let me know! Wishing you all the best on your journey!