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By annonymous62
4/27/2016 12:47:00 AM
I'm really hoping there might be someone here who can help...there's a blog I try and keep up on and the author has posted something that I feel is a cry for help. I want to help, but their blog is set up in a way that I can't do so anonymously; I would have to use an account, and I am not ready to no longer be anonymous just yet. If there is ANYONE, who is either willing to not be anonymous, or who already has an anonymous account set up that they could use to comment on the blog post, I would really appreciate them posting my comment (below) to her. Thank you.

The URL is

http://thestoryofwendyandpeterpan.blogspot.ca/2016/04/im-done.html?m=1 />

Comment to post:
I hope it's okay that I'm staying anonymous to post this. 
I just wanted to say that I'm really sorry for your experience. I can't begin to understand what you're going through, but in my own experience, it's been when people don't understand (and sometimes don't want to, usually for fear of upsetting us by asking questions) that they say the most insensitive things. 
Whether you have an eating disorder or not, what she said is damaging. The viewpoint she has is damaging. I'm grateful you recognised that and shared it; hopefully others will read this and realise how damaging it is. But I'm sorry you had to go through the experience. 
Even though I don't know your real name, Heavenly Father does, and you are in my prayers. 

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