onceafatgirl

Peace is better than chocolate

About

I am a 39-year-old woman living on the road with my husband . I was morbidly obese for most of my life. I am now a healthy weight. I have eating disorders that range from compulsive eating to bulimia, as well as body dysmorphia. My eating has been under control for over ten years now, and I do not eat sugar. But this is not a blog about how to lose weight or even how to deal with food issues. I am not promoting a specific diet or food program. This blog is about the emotional and spiritual aspects of living with my eating disorders. I like reading (novels and shojo manga), and you could say I’m hardcore into yarn craft (ie. knitting and crochet.)

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. I like your blog. I hope you’ll check out the book I published on my experiences with an eating disorder! http://www.laurasusanneyochelson.com

  2. Charlene May Dulnuan on said:

    I came across your blog when I was looking for the definition of food boundaries. I guess I have to read from when you started. I like your honest, real-deal statements!

    • Excellent! Thanks for reading! I hope you get something out of it! But I will tell you here that for me, food boundaries are hard and fast rules about what I eat (no sugar, grains or starches) and quantities (I use strict portion control). I also only eat 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) I keep these rules no matter what happens. For me, having rules in place and keeping them in the face of anything, clears my head of food obsession.
      I hope this helps!

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