Brian Cuban spoke recently about being a grown man with bulimia and anorexia nervosa; about the shock it elicits when he brings up his diagnoses, and the childhood relationships and family dynamics that fostered them.
When people hear the words anorexia and bulimia, they think of a disorder that affects women. However, many men also suffer from the eating disorders.
My 27-year journey struggling with anorexia and bulimia started when I was 18 years old and a freshman at Penn State University. At 45, recovery finally began.
I have some advice Bruce. Stick to whatever your good at. It’s not this and you are hurting people. You are pandering to the very stereotypes that cause males with eating disorders to suffer in silence. Stop it!
A fat morning. The diet has been terrible. Pant’s seem to get a little tighter each time I wake up. W
I look forward to the future. The same as I started. One step at a time. One day at a time
I love and have loved. I have been rejected. I have let go. I have forgiven. I am alive. I am okay. You can be as well.