I just get so peeved with my male therapist sometimes.
I’m in a major fight/rut with my other therapist right now, but that’s another story.
EDIT: I am not rich. Insurance covers for both.
I finally begin to think I can trust him…and then he tells me that I’m skinnier than this one girl and I just think “Hell no”.
And it’s true! I won’t say who (not all of you would know, but I don’t want to risk offense anyway), but it’s practically a fact (Google that shit!) that I’m not thinner than said girl. It’s not even my distortion…her proportions are much tinier, and while he admits that she is too thin, he still thinks she’s about five to ten pounds ahead of me.
Lalalala, I can’t hear you.
Dunno if these are ED distortions, or if my therapist is lying, trying to make me feel better. And trust me, this would be a first.
He was the one who called me a bitch, remember?
It’s not incredible. You’re killing yourself.
And it’s really upsetting to read because you don’t think I WANT to eat that little? Maybe even nothing at all? But I can’t. I have to eat because people care about me.
People care about you, too. Eating under 550 calories a day is not something to smile or brag about.
Have you seen in person a woman 59lbs and dying? Have you heard a woman tell you that because she’s restricted so long, eating one meal again could KILL her? I have and it is fucking terrible. I can never forget those things.
Think about what you’re doing to yourself.
*These are all based on MY opinion, so no hate, please. Feel free to disagree.
1. Girl, Interrupted < I Never Promised You a Rose Garden
2. Identical > Crank
3. Thin < Biting Anorexia
4. The Hunger Games > Twilight (Wouldn’t be a “Battle of the books” without this one!)
5. Phantom > Phantom in Manhattan
6. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies < Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters
7. Jane Eyre > Pride and Prejudice
*Girl, Interrupted - Susanna Kaysen
I Never Promised You a Rose Garden - Joanne Greenburg
Identical - Ellen Hopkins
Crank - Ellen Hopkins
Thin - Grace Bowman
Biting Anorexia - Lucy Howard-Taylor
The Hunger Games - Susanne Collins
Twilight - Stephanie Meyer
Phantom - Susan Kay
Phantom in Manhattan - Frederick Forsythe
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies - Seth Grahame-Smith
Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters - Ben H. Winters
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
Let me ask you, my dear followers.
No, this is not a trick question.
My answer: You know, you can be fit and thin. So why not be fit? Now, I’ve just to tell myself that so I can get myself to tone up. Because there is such a thing as a flabby thin person…or so a certain voice in my head tells me.
Fit or Thin?