Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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It's refreshing to read from others who are dealing with anorexia. I'm 51 and still suffer from it since I was 19. It's hard. I try to explain to others how I never get hungry and force myself to eat. But I choose food that is easy to eat. I do get counseling for it. I'm learning to love me. But make sure your Dr. explains about the effect it has on your body. I deal with depression, anxiety and other hidden illnesses also. But just remember there's others out here too and maybe we can learn some things from others that will help in our healing. And yes cabin fever is tough. I take it day by day.
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