- Aug 7, 2017
Okay sure, what's in her head is worse than what's on this page. So? I'm not saying she isn't accountable for her own actions, but at a certain point I believe we have to be responsible for what we post here. You wouldn't dangle a bottle of whiskey in front of an alcoholic, right? Or try and trigger someone's PTSD. Why? Because it's irresponsible. You may work in addictions but this is a public forum, not exposure therapy. You're right that we can't assume that she's a worse case than Lily, but it is a different situation because we assume she reads what's posted here, and we have no indication of that from Lily. And in the long run it's really not difficult to be more sensitive. It takes very little effort.We could be more sensitive, sure, but (imo and from personal experience) what is stated here is nothing compared to what goes through her own head. When you have certain issues... you are your own worst enemy.
Again, irresponsible.Lastly, just because someone has had eating issues in the past (which incidentally is usually unrelated to weight & related to control/loss of control), doesn't mean they don't have a true deep desire to be very very thin.