When I wrote about Joan Rivers’ eating disorder I would never have thought that this would bring us here… you reading my blogs, nor would it make me a bit worried about my own history with bulimia and issues with not breathing, but I could certainly understand. Bulimia can bring across some frightening after effects. One night I woke up, and I believed I blogged about this earlier, and I could not breathe. I was choking on acid that had come up through my esophagus. For I don’t know how long I couldn’t get the air moving. I finally did and I was so mortified, so to speak, that I ran next door to my neighbour. He is my best friend, but his girlfriend was over and she yelled at me to leave. I live alone and didn’t know where else to go, my parents being out of town for the summer. This may just be a lesson to all those of you out there with eating disorders. If in the early stages stop now. You don’t want to end up with these nightmares. Your eating disorder will not just mess up your social life in your youth, but your health in your latter years. Not worth it. Never mind that… really not WORTH it. The costs are monetary as well.
- Let go, learn, live, love…. life is too short for anything more than that. 😉