I was in a really bad place with my E. D. 2 years ago, but as time progresses, I'm doing so much better than I was. Though as good as I'm doing now, I still get those bad thoughts that I would always have constantly those 2 years ago. I still slip up from time to time and I'm still not perfect but I've made a big improvement. I just feel like I'll always have a little bit of that distorted mindset when it comes to food. I was just wondering if people with an E. D. ever fully recover and act normally like everyone else when it comes to food, eventually.
Most Helpful Guy
no just like alcoholics.
you just have to take each day as it comes as long as you have good friends and family around you to support with the good and bad days hopefully you will be ok0
Most Helpful Girl
disorders involve disordered thinking and are usually from a chemical imbalance causing some form of ocd.
obsessive people dont really get passed being obsessive. you just train your self to not get trapped by it. stop the compulsion in its tracks etc
probably goo to find stuff you are passionate about and fill your time with heathy obsessions. you're going to be obsessive for life, just make good use out of it. do stuff that matters more to you than food.
no one recovers from their mind, thy just learn to respect what they can not control and control what they can control.
no one ocd or not. is completely ordered they just have varying degrees of successfully behaving a if they are.
plus side is people with icd ted to be intelligent and creative. the disorder occurs when the talent is not utilized.0