March 20, 2016


I wish I could just eat normally, or really, eat at all without getting anxious. But that's not gonna happen =/ I also wish I could discuss that with my therapist but there's no way in hell I want my only coping mechanism to be taken away from me.


  1. it could happen.

    even if you discuss it with a therapist, it does not mean that your coping mechanism is going to be taken from you. it means you might replace them, if /you/ want. that's the thing about anything. they can't force you to do anything, you know.

    you owe it to yourself to eat normally, or eat at all without getting anxious. you deserve that much.

    love you,

    -Sam Lupin

  2. I don't think discussing it with your therapist necessarily means it'll be taken away. I know it's a very strong fear, but more often than not, I've found doctors surprisingly willing to work *with* you. Heck, even my doctors have been pretty chill with me smoking to cope, not pushing me to quit, even though it's doing so much damage, it plays a roll in keeping my mental health above waters. Sometimes it can take a while, but I firmly believe that a good doctor, therapist etc., will look at you and your health as a whole being, not just diagnosis by diagnosis.



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