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Old 12-12-2009, 06:40 PM   #1
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I was wondering if there are any other feedees out there who have suffered from anorexia or bulimia in their pasts. Food has been such a major issue in my life, whether eating it, avoiding it, or purging it, but for some reason, ever since I decided to gain weight intentionally, I have been much more relaxed about food than I ever have before. Has anyone else had this experience?

I apologize in advance if this is inappropriate or offensive to anyone.
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Old 12-13-2009, 01:47 AM   #2
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I was wondering if there are any other feedees out there who have suffered from anorexia or bulimia in their pasts. Food has been such a major issue in my life, whether eating it, avoiding it, or purging it, but for some reason, ever since I decided to gain weight intentionally, I have been much more relaxed about food than I ever have before. Has anyone else had this experience?

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When you stop struggling with food and allow yourself to eat, you eat less.

People eat more when they try and restrict their food, a kind of reaction formation.
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Old 12-17-2009, 10:56 PM   #3
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I'm not sure what I am. Still new to all these names for stuff. I do know I'm a BBW. I go from being really comfy in my skin and not caring about my weight to not being able to stand myself. When I go through the second stage I'm kind of...bulimic but, I don't force myself to "get sick". It's more like I eat (no matter how small or big the portion) and just feel gross until I "get sick".

So, I'm like a bipoler person when it comes to weight. A few months I'm good, several months I'm not and, then several months of good.

Don't know if that made sence.
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Old 12-18-2009, 09:52 PM   #4
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So, I'm like a bipoler person when it comes to weight. A few months I'm good, several months I'm not and, then several months of good.

Don't know if that made sence.
It does--but having a partner who could show you their awe and gratitude for the incredible feeling of your weight on top of him/her in bed might make you feel more grounded and comfortable.

Don't look at eating and growing as something isolated, but as something you can share with someone you love. It isn't about society's judgment, after all, but about the one important person you want to be with.

When the two of you reach an accord, nothing else matters. I think that doesn't get repeated often enough around here--that when the feeder/feedee or squasher/squashee relationship is established, the judgment of anyone else is...well...unimportant.
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It does--but having a partner who could show you their awe and gratitude for the incredible feeling of your weight on top of him/her in bed might make you feel more grounded and comfortable.

Don't look at eating and growing as something isolated, but as something you can share with someone you love. It isn't about society's judgment, after all, but about the one important person you want to be with.

When the two of you reach an accord, nothing else matters. I think that doesn't get repeated often enough around here--that when the feeder/feedee or squasher/squashee relationship is established, the judgment of anyone else is...well...unimportant.

You stated this so well. What is prevalent in this conversation is how difficult it is to decipher intimate behavior between feeder and feedee that is ultimately private. So much in an intimate relationship cannot be captured in language. In the end it is private behavior between consenting adults.
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