I get frustrated so at the belief that recovery is going to be quick. It’s not. It took a long time to break down the body. It’s going to take a long time to build your body back up. No a month is not going to give you a big change. Not even several months. Maybe this isn’t even a real questions and just a phoney one. Hard to tell when they re anons.
But people who suffer from mental illness are not weak - we are strong, and we always get back up when we fall
When you’re adjusting to a new medicine that makes you totally out of it
Can’t. Keep. Eyes. Open.
It takes a while to regain weight At the moment your body is using the food to repair the brain and other organs Weight is the last thing However I would also suggest you simply are not eating enough Three meals and three snacks are great, but if they are only small and less than 2500-3500 calories then you simply are not eating enough for weight gain
The fear about gaining too much weight is the ED It’s illogical and untrue The ED is also telling you that you were HUGE before, when that is also a lie
So to put to put it very bluntly, do you want to recover or just compromise with the ED? To get well and have a full life you have to gain weight to your correct BMI, there is no other way Your brain and body will NOT function properly on less If you compromise with the ED you will always have it in your life controlling you