How long have you been writing for Return of Kings?Tuthmosis: I started writing for Return of Kings at its very inception.Perhaps this is because of a history of swing-dieting; all of that alternating between fasting and binging, only to wind up training their metabolism for a drought on the African Savannah. Or perhaps it’s that their eating disorder somehow translates into having a bad diet –subsisting on sugars and electrolytes and dulling their insulin response.Or perhaps it’s simply that skinny girls who work-out regularly, and exert a modicum of self-discipline when offered desert, never need to worry about their diet, and are thus immune to the disorder.To explain why we’re going to have to delve into the pseudo-science which underlies much of modern Psychology.Some Psychologists are legitimate scientists, trying to better understand how people function, and applying that knowledge to help them improve.The opposite of Love isn’t Indifference, I guess, it’s Hate.But the comments got me thinking: “Eating Disorders” – are they actually a thing?
The reality is that a girl with an “Eating Disorder” is a vicious and spiteful Schedule II case (usually a Borderline or a Histrionic), and while Tuthmosis is correct about them being demons in the sack, they’re demons of the sack, too; they are toxic people who should be avoided at all costs.
These are the men and women who’ve discovered fascinating things about the mind.
Far too many of them, however, act like autistic savants, or scheming manipulators; rather than try and understand the mind, they describe manifestations of mental illness, and call it a day.
So with that in mind, let us speak frankly about those Heroes of our modern age, the Eating Disordered White Girls, without resorting to ridicule, and without treating them as nothing more than cock cozies.
What follows are the four main reasons you shouldn’t date a girl with an eating disorder.
You may want to consider a support group for yourself, too.
can trigger a downward spiral or feelings of a lack of emotional control that feed the compulsion to control body weight. A major issue for the partner of a person who battles an eating disorder is often the decreased desire for intimacy.
The most commonly seen are anorexia (starvation) and bulimia (binge eating and purging food).
There are many reasons that people struggle with these disorders, which include, but are not limited to: Also note that people who are dealing with eating disorders often become preoccupied — even obsessed — with food, and can feel overwhelmed in situations where food is presented or is the focus; for example, a date night at a restaurant or a birthday party with cake, where they might feel they'll be "forced" to eat.1.
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Buzz Feed spoke with the author of "5 Reasons To Date A Girl With An Eating Disorder" via email, he goes by the handle Tuthmosis.