Kelsey, 21, from St. Louis.
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I recovered from EDNOS. My anxiety around food started before I can even remember. I threw away my lunches in elementary school because I thought people would laugh at me for eating. It wasn't until not eating was a habit that I realized that eating is a normal thing. I really started paying attention to and restricting calories around 6th grade. This lasted all throughout high school. My worst year was when my daily schedule looked like this: Wake up. Go for a run. Take a shower. Go to school. Come home and do a cardio video before my mom got home. Do the same cardio video with my mom when she got home. Eat a small dinner, or none at all. Do cruches, squats, pushups, and yoga. Sleep. Repeat. I made a couple attempts to recover during my Junior and Senior year of high school. A month into my senior year, I recovered very successfully for about 8-9 months. Then I went through a cycle of relapse/recovery until the end of 2012. The end of 2012/beginning of 2013 I was determined that I would never get better. I started using this tumblr to follow lots of "pro-ed" blogs. I was suffering with depression, and I had turned back to my self-harm. Somehow I found the fitblr community in mid-January 2013, and it pushed me to go talk to a counselor. Right after that I decided that I would get healthy for good, and this time is different. This time I am doing this for me, not for the approval of others. If you have any further questions about my struggle with EDNOS, or if you need someone to talk to, please don't be afraid to come to me.
Height: 5'3' High Weight: 150 Low Weight: 106 Current Weight: 140