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If you are suffering from bulimia nervosa, or a mix of eating disorder symptoms, there are centers that can help. If you don't know where to start looking, google these centers listed below. They might be able to redirect you to something closer in your community. If they don't, keep trying. Living with an eating disorder is like living with fog in front of your eyes which prevents you from appreciating the world for what it is. People will say dumb things, say "you can't have an eating disorder... you look so HEALTHY", or "what do you mean, I see you eat!" It is important to recognize that this is pure ignorance and these people may mean well. You can seek support for these types of hurtful comments in treatment. If a provider is not right for you, keep looking until you find one. This author went through five providers until she found one that did not give up on her and saw through the front she put up. They're out there if you keep looking, and eventually they teach you to find the strength for yourself.

In addition you should contact you local physician or general practioner and ask them to refer you on for an assessment.

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