Overcoming Melrose Eating Disorder

I never thought I would be dealing with an eating disorder at 39, but here I am. I used to feel so ashamed and like I was the only one struggling with this, but I’ve found so much support and understanding in this community. It’s been a tough road, but I’m learning to be kind to myself and to seek help when I need it. It’s a daily challenge, but I have hope that things will get better. If anyone else is going through something similar, just know that you’re not alone and it’s okay to ask for help. We’re all in this together.

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Hey, I hear you. It’s tough to admit when we’re struggling with something that feels so personal and vulnerable, but I’m glad you found the courage to share your experience here. It’s definitely not easy, and I can relate to feeling ashamed and alone at times. But you’re right - we’re not alone. There’s so much support and understanding in this community, and I’ve found it really comforting to know that other people are going through similar challenges. It’s a daily battle, but I’m slowly learning to be kinder to myself and to reach out for help when I need it. Keep holding on to that hope, because things can get better. Keep sharing and reaching out for support - we’re all in this together.