i know what you are saying and you are totally right, but i feel too low all the time to make that huge of a change, i tend to think i will never be able to change unless a miracle happens, or someone will come along and save me, but that is very unlikely to love the guy that im dateing but sometimes he is just calling me names and makes me feel awful, but he does love me, that is his way of being...anyway i am drinking some kind of green tea that is for constipaiton at the moment so i dont feel so bloated all the time so i dont tend to binge as often,i just hope something will happen and my life will change in good...i was looking in my pc the other day and i saw a picture of myself from 4 years ago, i am so changed..so sad, so depressed, i have wrinkles now, and im only 24, i feel useless and hopeless, this is what ed and the wrong people do to you..
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