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Personality disorders — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatments of various personality disorders.
Personality disorders - MayoClinic.com
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  • Dash
    June 18, 2015
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    Thank you so much! It is you who inspires me. Nine years of soteirby. What courage and tenacity you have! Your work does not go unrecognized! Maintaining and managing a true sense of self takes an incredible amount of strength and perseverance. It is a full time job. Thank you for inspiring all those around you by being a true warrior.

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  • Dash
    June 18, 2015
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  • Dash
    June 18, 2015
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    Thank you so much! It is you who inspires me. Nine years of soteirby. What courage and tenacity you have! Your work does not go unrecognized! Maintaining and managing a true sense of self takes an incredible amount of strength and perseverance. It is a full time job. Thank you for inspiring all those around you by being a true warrior.

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    June 19, 2015
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  • Archie
    June 19, 2015
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  • Archie
    June 19, 2015
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    This is so beautifully wrttein and honest. The content really resonates with me, being that I went through anorexia as a teenager. I,too, still battle with the aftermath and know that anorexia was only a symptom of the real problem.

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  • IvanSonia
    June 30, 2015
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    Hi Audrey, I have been diagnosed with Binge Eating Disorder. I have alywas tended towards binge eating, but after the terrible summer we had and the lack of sunshine, I got felt I had the worst seasonal affective disorder I have ever had. I slipped up on a diet I was on and did what I alywas did, started to binge eat. Normally I would stop myself after a while (a cycle I was in) but because of the SAD I didn't have the emotional strength to. I found myself in a dark place, eating wise, I was frightening myself, I felt out of control so I went to my doctor to talk to him about it. He put a name on it, Binge Eating Disorder. I immediately felt relief, it wasn't me, it was a disorder! I wasn't weak, I was sick! I felt like it gave me licence to binge and binge some more. It was only when I was seeing a therapist (who was suggesting I go back to WW) that I realised myself that the only one who could stop me eating in this way was ME! Looking back on my life was helpful, but not to help me stop the destructive cycle of binge eating. That's when I found BC. I sometimes find my gremlin telilng me that I have a disorder, I have to binge, it is beyond my control, I have not choice, it is who I am. But when I pause and tune in, I have to disagree. I'm quite new on my BC journey. But I find that committing to never dieting again and the freedom to allow myself eat what I want when I want without judgement has made me feel completely differently about BED. I don't want a label to allow myself permission to eat in a way that is not good for my body or my soul. I just want the freedom to learn, with kindness, how my body is crying out to be fed and cared for. I am learning to be kind to myself. Would I be here today on this forum if I wasn't for the diagnosis? I think I would have been, but I think I would have been a dress size or two smaller. Thanks for the thought provoking blog http://fxqcqvm.com [url=http://huonjvnfxgi.com]huonjvnfxgi[/url] [link=http://vdmwuerdc.com]vdmwuerdc[/link]

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  • IvanSonia
    June 30, 2015
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    Hi Audrey, I have been diagnosed with Binge Eating Disorder. I have alywas tended towards binge eating, but after the terrible summer we had and the lack of sunshine, I got felt I had the worst seasonal affective disorder I have ever had. I slipped up on a diet I was on and did what I alywas did, started to binge eat. Normally I would stop myself after a while (a cycle I was in) but because of the SAD I didn't have the emotional strength to. I found myself in a dark place, eating wise, I was frightening myself, I felt out of control so I went to my doctor to talk to him about it. He put a name on it, Binge Eating Disorder. I immediately felt relief, it wasn't me, it was a disorder! I wasn't weak, I was sick! I felt like it gave me licence to binge and binge some more. It was only when I was seeing a therapist (who was suggesting I go back to WW) that I realised myself that the only one who could stop me eating in this way was ME! Looking back on my life was helpful, but not to help me stop the destructive cycle of binge eating. That's when I found BC. I sometimes find my gremlin telilng me that I have a disorder, I have to binge, it is beyond my control, I have not choice, it is who I am. But when I pause and tune in, I have to disagree. I'm quite new on my BC journey. But I find that committing to never dieting again and the freedom to allow myself eat what I want when I want without judgement has made me feel completely differently about BED. I don't want a label to allow myself permission to eat in a way that is not good for my body or my soul. I just want the freedom to learn, with kindness, how my body is crying out to be fed and cared for. I am learning to be kind to myself. Would I be here today on this forum if I wasn't for the diagnosis? I think I would have been, but I think I would have been a dress size or two smaller. Thanks for the thought provoking blog http://fxqcqvm.com [url=http://huonjvnfxgi.com]huonjvnfxgi[/url] [link=http://vdmwuerdc.com]vdmwuerdc[/link]

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  • IvanSonia
    June 30, 2015
    0

    Hi Audrey, I have been diagnosed with Binge Eating Disorder. I have alywas tended towards binge eating, but after the terrible summer we had and the lack of sunshine, I got felt I had the worst seasonal affective disorder I have ever had. I slipped up on a diet I was on and did what I alywas did, started to binge eat. Normally I would stop myself after a while (a cycle I was in) but because of the SAD I didn't have the emotional strength to. I found myself in a dark place, eating wise, I was frightening myself, I felt out of control so I went to my doctor to talk to him about it. He put a name on it, Binge Eating Disorder. I immediately felt relief, it wasn't me, it was a disorder! I wasn't weak, I was sick! I felt like it gave me licence to binge and binge some more. It was only when I was seeing a therapist (who was suggesting I go back to WW) that I realised myself that the only one who could stop me eating in this way was ME! Looking back on my life was helpful, but not to help me stop the destructive cycle of binge eating. That's when I found BC. I sometimes find my gremlin telilng me that I have a disorder, I have to binge, it is beyond my control, I have not choice, it is who I am. But when I pause and tune in, I have to disagree. I'm quite new on my BC journey. But I find that committing to never dieting again and the freedom to allow myself eat what I want when I want without judgement has made me feel completely differently about BED. I don't want a label to allow myself permission to eat in a way that is not good for my body or my soul. I just want the freedom to learn, with kindness, how my body is crying out to be fed and cared for. I am learning to be kind to myself. Would I be here today on this forum if I wasn't for the diagnosis? I think I would have been, but I think I would have been a dress size or two smaller. Thanks for the thought provoking blog http://fxqcqvm.com [url=http://huonjvnfxgi.com]huonjvnfxgi[/url] [link=http://vdmwuerdc.com]vdmwuerdc[/link]

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