I am bi and anorexic

So I recently developed anorexia, and for those of you who don't know, that is basically feeling the need to be skinnier to the point of starving yourself. I am also bi, and my friends keep telling me that I should eat more, and to not have so many secrets. They know about the anorexia, but not about the bisexuality. One of my friends is a homophobe, and I'm afraid that if I tell them, she will start being really rude to me. She is otherwise a great friend. What should I do?

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  • Anorexia - go to a therapist. It is a dangerous disease and needs to be treated as such. And depending on how deep you are into the disease, you are going to need to do a lot of work in order to heal. As for your friend. Life is great when you have a friend that accepts you just the way you are. Sometimes that's not always the case. You like them, but you realize that there are certain things they may not be able to handle and that's okay. That's why you have several really good friends. With anyone (even those you date) there will always be something that they will be into and you won't. And vice versa. Friends should be supportive. So you can tell your friend and see what happens. It is a chance. If she's going to be rude, then reconsider the friendship. But really make the anorexia your top priority. Your health means everything and if you don't have that, you won't be dating anyone.

  • You need to fix the anorexia place. If she's a homophobe she's probably not a good friend. Choose your friends wisely.

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