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My Eating Disorder Wears Many Masks

Every time I think I’m recovered, I find my eating disorder hiding somewhere new

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CW: Eating disordered behavior.

My knee is all messed up.

My sister, who is an athletic trainer, says it’s most likely a PCL sprain, the less intense counterpart of an ACL tear. It hurts if I walk or stand for too long…




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Devon Price

Devon Price

He/Him or It/Its. Social Psychologist & Author of LAZINESS DOES NOT EXIST and UNMASKING AUTISM. Links to buy:

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