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I knew that I couldn’t be the only one in my peer group who’s had trouble with food.
If I ate breakfast one day, I wasn't allowed to eat until lunch the next, and then dinner the following. With swollen cheeks, I feared blood on my toothbrush. It never felt as if I got "everything" out.