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I’ve always been a vegetarian, but when I was 15, I went vegan. I did this because I thought my mom was being mean to us and that she was starving us. I ate vegan for 5 years and then I started eating it again because I wanted to get in shape. I went back to eating a vegan diet. I was introduced to raw foods and began to really love it. I went vegan again and decided that I could eat it 100% of the time. I ate this way for 2 years and did the best that I could.
I grew up eating fast food and junk food. I always had a sweet tooth, but I’ve always been relatively healthy and slender. It wasn’t until I started college that I really started eating to fill a void. I started eating late at night and never really had a good appetite. I would eat fast food and eat late at night all the time. I didn’t start bingeing until I started college. But of course, I still was trying to fill the void. I’ve realized, though, that I can’t ever go back to the way I ate before. I can’t ever eat fast food again, I can’t eat late at night, and I can’t eat junk food.
I am so happy to read a post from you because you are an inspiration. I was diagnosed in my early 20s and it has been a journey of learning, self-acceptance, and power for me. I too am a vegan, and always have been. I have been far more plant-strong than I have been vegetarian, but I went through a time where I lost all control of my eating, and I was so far into disordered eating. Luckily I was able to recover fairly quickly and that experience made me realize just how far I still had to go to be truly healthy.
Overeaters Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from food and compulsive overeating. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop overeating. There are no dues, fees, or obligations. A member may find fellowship, guidance, and free recovery resources at meetings near him or her. For information about local meetings, call the nearest office of Overeaters Anonymous. 827ec27edc