You may want to consider a support group for yourself, too.can trigger a downward spiral or feelings of a lack of emotional control that feed the compulsion to control body weight. A major issue for the partner of a person who battles an eating disorder is often the decreased desire for intimacy.He has published a series of travel guides that he calls Bang Guides that give men tips for seducing and having sex with women from different countries.Buzz Feed spoke with the author of "5 Reasons To Date A Girl With An Eating Disorder" via email, he goes by the handle Tuthmosis.The site's publisher, Daryush Valizadeh, who goes by Roosh V (pictured below), has defended the piece.
There are many reasons that people struggle with these disorders, which include, but are not limited to: Also note that people who are dealing with eating disorders often become preoccupied — even obsessed — with food, and can feel overwhelmed in situations where food is presented or is the focus; for example, a date night at a restaurant or a birthday party with cake, where they might feel they'll be "forced" to eat.1.
"Clearly you have no idea what an eating disorder is," wrote one infuriated commenter on the Return of Kings site.
"I have been in and out of treatment facilities for anorexia for over 4 years of my life. Anorexia and bulimia are literally diseases, they are serious illnesses." The Twitterverse has also erupted with rage.
Last week, a blog called Return of Kings ran an article titled "5 Reasons To Date A Girl With An Eating Disorder," which went massively viral on Facebook.
The story, which contains list points like "Her obsession over her body will improve her overall looks," "She's fragile and vulnerable," and "She's better in bed," currently has 155,000 likes on Facebook and has been shared on Twitter almost 4,000 times.