My pain was never beautiful or poetic. It was answering the phone mid breakdown and laughing like I was fine. -Unknown (via perfect)

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9533) Whenever people do things like “What anorexia stereotypes DON’T fit you” I’m always left feeling stupid. I’m a teenage, white girl, who was only slightly overweight to begin with. I’m anorexic because I was bullied and because my parents pressure me too much. I’m top of the class, take on too much, and self harm. My foods can’t touch, and I have very few foods I actually eat. I’m always told I’m thin and pretty. I’m literally the embodiment of most stereotypes. So nobody believes I really suffer.

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