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Posted 1/28/15
yes. assuming they recognized it are were willing to get help to get past it.
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Yes
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I'm a shallow person that can't be attracted to fat people.
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i have before

so yeah
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I have one and was in a relationship where she tried to force me to eat things I couldn't. I hope I'll find someone who doesn't mind it one day.
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To be honest, I don't know.
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I feel like that is a really stupid reason not to date someone Seriously, like it's not even that disruptive of a disorder, and that doesn't define who the person is. Though, I might not date that person for other reasons, and they probably wouldn't want to date me haha.
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Posted 10/6/16 , edited 20 days ago

twerkules wrote:

To be honest, the only reason I'd feel awkward is that I'd be worried about making them uncomfortable. If I like someone, I like someone. I'd try to understand and be supportive of their potential attempts to get help.
I wouldn't get embarrassed at cookouts or dates, I'd just be like, "Hey, are you okay in this situation?"
I mean, if people ask, we can just say, "Allergies, don't worry, we have our own packed meal!"
So yeah, I'd totally date someone like that, my only concern would be their well-being :)


^Exactly this
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Posted 10/6/16 , edited 10/6/16
Probably not, unless I started dating her before I found out or she was actively seeking out help to deal with the disorder. Sounds like it could be quite a difficult situation, sounds bad, but I'm being honest here.
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Posted 10/6/16
Yes, to eat his food
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21 / Australia
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Posted 10/8/16
I don't know, do I look like I date people?
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Posted 10/8/16
well imma just say this

i dont like picky eaters
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SamNavarro141 wrote:

If I love her no disorder or sickness will stand in the way of that


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Posted 10/8/16 , edited 10/8/16
I have much more wrong with me than an eating disorder. I'd be a hypocrite if I refused to for that reason.
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Awaken_Riceball_ wrote:

I will admit that I am insecure about this due to I have a rare type of eating disorder called; Selective Eating Disorder.
In short terms, I can only eat five things. Feel free to ask me questions to clarify.

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I did once work with a woman who literally couldn't eat in front of other people. She was married so I guess things can be worked round if both parties can find a way.
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