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January 30, 2006



The person who commented before just really doesn't get it. Has she ever stopped and validated someone's feelings? It doesn't matter what size you are or how much you weigh, you can still be plagued with negative ideas about yourself. Many people with eating disorders are underweight or small to begin with. She wants better for her daughter, gezz!! Don't we all??


I think you are missing the point of my post friendofmom. I don't care what size my daughter is.

I wrote in the post above how difficult it is to talk about eating disorders and distorted body images because other people just don't get it. I think you have proved that with your comment.


I really hope that you are kidding when you say you are self conscious about wearing a size 2. Your daughter might be -- gasp! --a size 8, you know.

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