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Worried about my friend...

Discussion in 'Personal' started by skt107, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. Thank you everyone. I've just had a very long chat with her. I'm no expert, but I told her that although I don't think she has an eating disorder as such at the moment she is certainly at risk of going down that road unless something changes. She admitted that she's worried herself with how she has been this week and admits that it is an issue which is a start. She's promised to try and have a bit of breakfast tomorrow and I've asked her to help me to cook tomorrow evening, so fingers crossed that might help.
    But I think I scared her the most by sharing all of the physical symptoms that you all made me aware of. So thank you! I'm hoping tomorrow will be better but we'll see.

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