Our expert says:
I understand that you feel reluctant to do so, but why assume that you somehow should NOT "ask for help again" --- asking for help is not a weakness in a person ; it's refusing to ask for and get help when one nees it that is a weakness. In life we all use a range of forms of assistance, from using a car to travel long distances rather than walking, through using a lift ( elevator ) and so on. Using expert help to get through a difficult situation is sensible and commendable. You're probably intelligent enough to do many things, including dietetics ; but first you'd need to get over this foo problem you currently have, as it takes up far too much time and energy ; and then maybe a different field would be better, one that didn't steer so close to your own vulnerabilities. But if you feel srongly that you want to do it, see conquering the ED as the first step towards achieving that dream --- obviously you couldn't credibly advise other people about dietary matters while you still had an ED, but once having got beyond the ED, you could have a useful degree of authority in helping others deal with this and other problems.
CBT counselling as well as help from a shrink or program with a special interest in ED should enable you to regain control of the food issues that currently plague you
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