Bulimia: (n) an eating disorder
Bulimia just makes me sick to my stomach.
I’m sorry. I know it’s not funny. It’s a serious eating disorder.
But sometimes I wish they would take these serious things and not tempt me with humorous images.
Are there positive things about bulimia?
- You can find a second use for your toothbrush. (I know–once again inappropriate.)
- It conjures a new definition for take-out food.
- But mostly, it is a by-product of an obsession we have with being slim.
No one is going to tell you the truth about body weight. Why? Because in doing so, billions of dollars could be lost in commerce for remedies.
How much of your body weight and my body weight is conditioned, pre-determined and affected by genetics?
I saw a lady the other day in the store who was so thin that I was not sure there was a leg inside her skin-tight jeans. But then I saw her glance over at me, with my abundance of human flesh, and produce a sneer.
What have we done to ourselves?
Certainly obesity causes a myriad of health situations. But anorexia, bulimia and trying to live on less nutrition than necessary to sustain our vital organs is equally as dangerous.
I have found that solutions are achieved in a three-step process:
- Find the real truth
- Stop fighting the real truth
- Develop a plan based on the real truth
Until we do this on the subject of weight loss, we will have people literally tearing their insides out to be thin.
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