Our expert says:
Eating Disorders Expert
You seem to be caught in a sort of purgatory. You want to actively attend to your dietary intake in light of your disorders eating history, but you also anticipate that you are going to be viewed by others at the Weight Watchers classes as unique and strange. Well, first, I suspect that there are a number of other clients at Weight Watchers thast are not decidedly overweight and want to maybe just shed a few excess kilograms. If you want to enter the Weight Watchers programme in order to ensure that you comply with a responsible dietary intake, then I say that you must permit yourself to place this important factor ahead of anticipating that you will be persecuted by a gang of morbidly obese thugs. I, personally agree with you that the Weight Watchers programme is one of the favourable commenrcial weight control programmes, as it endorces a healthy intake without encouraging rapid weight loss and does not encourage restrictive dieting. I also like that it encourages that you maintain eating the widest variety of food, thus, maintaning a normal relationship with food. I'll say no more, before it appears that I am a Weight Watchers shareholder. TB, I suggest that you place your health first, rather than concerning yourself too much in advance by what you think others might think about you in the group. You may even want to say in your first meeting that you are there to gain help to maintain your normal weight and you may want to share, if you feel comfortable to do so, that you have ba previous history of eating disorders, which you have very successfully controlled. Well done!
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