Eating Disorders are sneaky!
Hey Kati, just a question. Is it normal/how do I overcome trying to ‘impress’ my therapist. I’m seeing her for an ED and things have been getting progressively worse over the past few months so I’m going twice a week. She doesn’t weigh me but she asks and behaviors and weight and I feel like I want to ‘impress’ ‘shock’ her by loosing x amount of weight a week and doing a certain amount of behaviors. Maybe to justify having an ED? I have no idea, hope you can shed some light on this because I’m baffled. The logical part of my brain knows that it won’t shock her but my ED wants to try.
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