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Offline Deep blue

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The opposite of anorexic
« on: July 22, 2018, 12:35:53 am »
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Re: The opposite of anorexic
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2018, 08:09:25 am »
Being too fat is unhealthy, this is not about accepting aho you are and loving yourself or whatever, she needs to lose weight. You don't have to gain it to make her feel better, she needs to stop feeling sorry for herself and start a diet and exercise, or it could lead to awful health problems later in life, as she is dealing right now with problems of self esteem.
As for your mood, it could be, but I think you'd only know if you get away from her a bit, and check your reactions.

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Re: The opposite of anorexic
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2018, 03:11:21 pm »
If your gut is saying she's toxic, then she probably is.

I'm anemic among lots of other things that make me extremely tired all the time. Near the end of the last school year, all 4 of my friends that spent extended time with me said that whenever I was around, they felt more tired than usual, mainly because of my demeanor. Point: I do feel like some things can be picked up from those you spend a lot of time around.

But don't feel the need to change who you are for someone else's sake. If your friend wants to lose weight, help her do it healthy with proper diet and excercise. If you want to gain weight for your own self, then make sure it's in a healthy way too