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Posted 1/27/15 , edited 1/27/15
dont see it being that big of an issue.
i eat a pretty narrow diet, as i tend to painfully vomit anything greasy/dariy/fried/sugary
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Simple as this: if I like the guy's personality, then we'll get through something like this together.
Posted 1/27/15
am not sure.

it's one of those questions where I can't answer properly, unless i'm put in that situation.

my heart says no, though.

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id date them, i have cystic fibrosis (its a lung disease) so hopefully we would be able to help each other out. after all dont two broken people make a whole
Posted 1/27/15
Yes. I don't care about the flaws in a person when I love them. All that matters is that they're them.
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I'm afraid I can't date a woman who won't eat my home cooking. I don't think I'm asking for too much here.
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No, I don't date anyway. I just fuck around
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For all I care he or she could had HIV or AIDS, and I will still date him or her. So to answer your question, yes I will date a person with eating Disorder. But I prefer if he or she was honest about it during or after a while of knowing each other. That way I can avoid putting the person in uncomfortable position.
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If I am in love with them then of course ^^
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I'm allergic to a lot of foods and the list seems to grow each year, so I'll represent that perspective for this discussion.

It's not a preference for me. I enjoy trying new stuff and I will try pretty much anything, even super weird stuff, once even though I am quite allergic to a lot of common foods.
It is inconvenient for others. People that don't know me try to offer me things that I am allergic to and I feel bad turning them down, they probably think I'm just "picky"; I wish that was all it was.

I cook for myself. I understand a girl wanting to cook something for me; I've been there. I happen to cook better than all the girls I've dated however and it's awkward at times, but it's really not that bad for someone else to deal with. Inconvenient sure; but not life-altering.

I've dated girls with serious health conditions before. It didn't work out in the end, but it had nothing to do with their condition. I agree with others that believe if you truly love someone, it just doesn't matter that much. Like other imperfections, you learn to look over it. If you are self-centered/selfish and don't really see yourself putting the needs/wants of someone else before yourself... then... you don't really understand what love is all about and you need to grow up/learn to be a better person. It could be you some day, any day, and you would want someone you love to accept your weaknesses and love you back.

That was kinda long. Sorry; I don't usually post, but this one caught my attention. I wish you all the best :-)
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I had once, it was one of the most agonizing times of my life. I wouldn't do it again
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Posted 1/27/15
eh eh ehhhh.
I dont know how to respond to this
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Yeah I don't see the problem, I mean by the time I'm with her she'll be eating a lot of meat so it's no biggie. But really though I probably still would though, if they turn out to be an awesome person I wouldn't let that get in the way of a relationship. At the same time I'd probably do my best to help them overcome it to because I'm a selfish person and the more time I get to spend with my significant other the better.
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If they were 'my type' and i liked them, then no. I wouldn't mind an eating disorder.
If it affected their weight or their looks, then probably. Im honest, i wont date someone i dont find appealing. xP Gotta like the way they look, carry them selves, etc before you even WANT to get to know them.
Of course, thats my own opinion.
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Posted 1/28/15 , edited 1/28/15
I'd definately date someone with an eating disorder, but I would always be trying to get them to snap out of it. Eating disorders are usually just in the mind so its always possible to overcome them.
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