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  1. True, I can't eat thicker *spaghetti* noodles that are thicker than angel hair. The person below me prefers diet over regular.
  2. Haven't been on here in a while, but I've been doing really well for a while now, and just wanted to hear how everyone else is doing.
  3. Can you do it? I ask because I tried losing weight on it before and just didn't happen even though I limited my calorie intake and exercised everyday. Just want to hear personal experiences with Clozaril, if you've found you can lose weight on it and what you did, or if you found you couldn't.
  4. False. Don't take morning meds. TPBM has been in a group chat with at least 30 other people.
  5. True. I hate fish, though. The person below me only drinks diet soda.
  6. False. The person below me wants a fluffy kitten.
  7. True. (If you about a month ago counts as recently.) The person below me likes to eat open-faced peanut butter sandwiches.
  8. I wonder a lot, too. I'm currently in remission, but there are still aspects (especially the ED aspects) that still affect me through day-to-day life.
  9. True. TPBM sometimes writes in half-cursive, half-print. (Meaning some of the letters are in cursive, some are in print)
  10. So when I had my first psychotic episode, my parents didn't know what to do and sent me to the ER. A social worker came in and told me that she believed I was faking everything, I didn't have a problem, and I just wanted attention. Then she says that she still has to keep me because I've reported being suicidal and homicidal but that "I've never seen a psychiatric patient say the things you do". All while I was horribly delusional, hallucinating, depressed, not eating, not making eye contact. That's the FIRST ever mental health professional I've ever talked to and that really stuck with me and I didn't trust anyone else for a long time. Later, I was put on a medication when I was IP, and it made me REALLY hungry and it also could cause heart problems, so I went to the cardiologist and I have Prolonged QTC so I had to come back in a few months. Well, I'd been fairly thin because I hadn' t been eating and I gained about 20 pounds after taking the medication for a while when I next saw her (the cardiologist). She tells me I gained a lot of weight, not knowing I have a history of an eating disorder, specifically atypical anorexia. I explain to her that I was thinner in the past because I'd been starving myself and she goes, "Well, it's time to go back to that." Like, no. I know she's not a mental health professional, but you don't tell a recovering eating disorder sufferer that it's time to go back to starving themselves to lose a few pounds (I wasn't even technically overweight, I weighed around 130 some.)
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