Recently my mom took me to the doctors and I thought they would be able to tell I was bulimic( and I was sort of wishing they would) but they didn't. Then a couple of weeks ago I gave blood and end up passing out because I was very dehydrated.
My mom is beginning to get suspicious and questions me alot. I am really good at hiding it though, I expected her to notice a little, but she told my two little sisters to listen while I'm in the bathroom to make sure I'm not throwing up all my food.
I wish she wouldn't have told them that because it is really affecting them. My youngest sister has a perfect body, absolutely no fat, but since my mom told her that, she now says shes fat all the time and even says she fatter than me. My other sister has been skipping meals alot lately which is really unlike her. They are really too young to be thinking like that. I know this is all my fault and I know that I really need to stop, but my mom makes it really hard. She questions me when other people are at our house, sometimes people I dont even know, and it's embarrassing. I just don't know what is left to do.
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