RAW FEED: 5 Things Everyone Should Know About Having An Eating Disorder

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Vlog for Mental Health Month – All twelve-year-olds are stupid, but not all twelve-year-olds are so stupid that they permanently damage their teeth.

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  • $36060516

    Oh, crap, I had this video waiting to watch while I was getting other stuff done. Was looking forward to it. Can imagine it would be a difficult subject, though, so can understand possible reasons for rethinking the posting of it.

    • Jackie

      Yulia said on the TGWTG fourms she had technical issues and will re-upload it though.

      • $36060516

        Good to hear… Thanks!

        • FullofQuestions1

          It’s back up!

  • $36060516

    Yulia, after watching this video and the ones from last year which you mentioned near the end, I just want to say that I already thought you were a neat person from your mystery videos, but I now have a new level of respect. I have my own issues around eating which I won’t go into here (because I am not at the kick-ass level of honesty you have displayed in these videos), and I wish (pointlessly) I had my shit together at the level you seem to have yours when I was your age. It seems to me that the expression “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” is often quite true and you’ve had to develop a lot of strength to get beyond the crap and live the life you want to lead. Of course I only know very little about you from watching these videos, but from what little I’ve seen, you seem like a very strong woman and I think you kick ass. Not to trivialize what you’ve discussed here, but keep on rocking. Thanks for making this video on a very important subject.

    • FullofQuestions1

      Thank you, this comment just made my day. I’ll be honest, I’m very far from having everything together, but I’ve definitely come a long way from how I was when I was sick. It does help that I was young when I started- apparently, kids have an easier time recovering.

      I’m sorry you also have some eating problems, and it’s true, it’s very hard to talk about times like this where you’ve gone and made bad, stupid decisions. This was very hard for me to talk about, but I’m glad I did it.

      Again, thank you. You’re a lovely person.

  • Magdalen

    Thanks for sharing this with us, Yulia. 🙂

    • FullofQuestions1

      Thank you for watching!

  • Old Film Guy

    I feel very proud for you that you had the courage and forethought to share this with everyone. Though my disorders were different from yours, I can sympathize with your feelings of alienation and occasional selfloathing. The difference was that I grew up before there was the internet where I could learn that I wasn’t the only person in the world dealing with what I was going through.

    Thank you for being so thoughtful and caring, and for sharing with others the difficulties and struggles you’ve endured. I’m positive that more than one person will be inspired and helped by your words.

    • FullofQuestions1

      Thank you! I’m sorry you also had to go through something, and what you say about feeling alone is part of the reason I put up the video- maybe, someone out there will watch this video and see that they are not in fact alone and that there is hope in recovering.