I'm scared....

Mom, I didn't fall asleep while you weren't home. I collapsed onto the floor and was unconcious until after you came home. I just didn't tell you, because I don't want you to know.....

Mom, I'm bulimic....

and i'm really scared

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  • This story made me want to throw up.

  • Tell her, she wants to know and she deserves to know. Ive been there and telling my parents was the best thing I ever did.

  • Thank you very much for your advice. I have always wanted to tell my mother, but she is a very hard person to speak to. In the end, I decided to get myself out of this on my own. It's been so hard, but my life is back on track once again, without bulimia.

  • You may not be able to hide this from her any longer. You need to tell her. And then you can get the help you need. Nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed about asking for help. A lot of women have eating disorders..but there is help out there. You can heal from this. Just do this today.

  • Friend,
    it isn't worth it.

    May I suggest that you have a look at this most inspiring gentleman, and then please, even if you can't manage to talk to your mother, go and see a GP or another health practitioner who can help.

    Read some of Nick's stories at http://www.attitudeisaltitude.com/

    All my best.

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