Home / Body Transformations / F/23/5’3[150>120=30 pounds] just so everyone is aware i was severely bulimic and had dropped from 150 to 99 pounds, but beat it ( 4 mo clean) and now I’m 120. I won’t post my bulimia picture because it might trigger some. I’m so strong physically now and I’m in the best shape of my life!

F/23/5’3[150>120=30 pounds] just so everyone is aware i was severely bulimic and had dropped from 150 to 99 pounds, but beat it ( 4 mo clean) and now I’m 120. I won’t post my bulimia picture because it might trigger some. I’m so strong physically now and I’m in the best shape of my life!

F/23/5’3[150>120=30 pounds] just so everyone is aware i was severely bulimic and had dropped from 150 to 99 pounds, but beat it ( 4 mo clean) and now I’m 120. I won’t post my bulimia picture because it might trigger some. I’m so strong physically now and I’m in the best shape of my life!

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  1. If you ever need to vent or talk or get triggered please let me know. Purging was so addicting and it took a lot to stop doing it. I’m always here

  2. Fellow recovering bulimic here – I am so in awe of you for putting yourself out there and saying it with a pic and everything. You are really helping me stay on track by reminding me that you don’t have to pack it on or get heavy to be in recovery. I get irrationally terrified that if I achieve recovery it means I have to get fat. Thank you thank you thank you for this post

  3. I know that eating disorders are blind and affect all different kinds of people. I just would have never thought someone as beautiful as you would ever feel the need. I’m not saying that in a condescending or fucked up way. I saw your pictures and thought “what a beautiful young woman”, I hope on your recovery journey you come to see what everyone else does. You look fabulous, congrats on your success.

    I am a 27 year old woman, not trying to creep.

  4. You look amazingly healthy. I’d have never guessed you were down so far. Congratulations on your recovery and meeting your goals.

  5. You look super fit! I previously had anorexia, so I know how the struggle can feel. Then, after being raped, I developed disorder eating and issues with binging. I’m now working on losing the binge weight (5’7”, currently 147, GW 125) and starting to work out seriously again. I’ve had issues with working out in public with how I’ve seen my body previously, but now that I’m way more comfortable with my weight, am slightly less anxious and able to do it without crying!!

    What is your workout routine usually like? Not to sound predictable, but this is “goals” to me, and I’m always looking for things to add to my routine since I’m kinda new to getting one!

    So proud of you.

  6. God Damn Champion over here. Conquering problems like its a hobby.
    edit: typo

  7. You look great! Especially love your hair 🙂

  8. Op, is the blue/white bikini you at 150 or are both pictures you are 120 post ed help? I’m confused and can’t tell. Fwiw, you look very physically strong in the picture with the black bikini. And beautiful and healthy in both (which is why I’m confused).

    Eta: reread title. Not confused anymore. You look gorgeous and healthy!

  9. You look amazing! And so glad to hear you conquered that!

  10. Hello 🙂
    I am in recovery from bulimia as well. Just wanted to let you know that you are awesome and you look amazing! I am very proud of you and your recovery.
    I have been in recovery for almost five years now, and while it’s been incredibly hard,it is so worth it.
    I am on my own weight loss journey after having a hard pregnancy, seeing someone else who suffered an ED be successful gives me hope.
    Thank you and keep up the good work!

  11. As someone who is still deeply bulimic, it’s really encouraging to see you can come out the other side looking fabulous and happy!!

    Keep going, you’re an inspiration!

  12. You look so confident!! That is an incredible accomplishment. Congratulations on your recovery!

  13. I struggled with bulimia a few years back, I no longer purge but I still deal with some disordered eating habits that have thankfully been getting better at. But It makes trying to get in shape so much harder. It’s really encouraging to see this post and know that it’s possible to overcome these things and also be a healthy weight. Thank you for sharing!

  14. I think you look awesome in both pics. Congrats in your success.

  15. I realize this isn’t the point of your post, but those are some great tattoos.

  16. My aunt struggled with disordered eating for over 20 years, including a period of battling a very debilitating case of bulimia. We came close to losing her. I don’t know how it feels, but I’ve seen the effort it takes to fight it first hand. It is NOT easy and you are an inspiration for committing to your health and well-being. Congratulations on 4 months and I’m rooting for you. You look fantastic 🙂

  17. You give me hope! My weight loss has stalled and those bad thoughts have started creeping in like “Maybe..?” Even though I know how awful it is.

    It’s wonderful to see a happy story.

  18. You look great! Love the tattoos.

  19. **Congrats on conquering the fight! 🙂 and great tats as well .**

  20. Fantastic work, keep kicking ass!

  21. I’m glad you’re starting to feel as great as you look now 🙂 Keep taking care of yourself!

  22. Thanks for posting! Brave of you and hope others can learn from you.

  23. Looking great keep killing it!

  24. That’s an amazing change. Congratulations overcoming your condition, you look grear. Must have been a lot of work. One thing do you have a diet and routine that you follow now that kind of helped you with overcoming it?

  25. Congrats on the healthy win !

  26. Congratulations on turning it around. You look great!

  27. Oh my lord! Impressive work. Congratulations!!

  28. Ita hard to lose weight and hard to gain weight. You’ve done both. I think that makes you a certified badass! You look great, healthy, and strong! Keep being awesome!

  29. That’s so amazing! I’m so happy for you! I’ve struggled with anorexia and bulimia for years, and know how hard it can be to overcome bulimia. You’re incredible!

  30. Glad you are doing so well now! You look healthy, strong, and beautiful!

  31. You look so strong and beautiful! Congratulations on this huge achievement!

  32. You look amazing in both photos!! Congrats, that’s an amazing achievement 🙂

  33. CONGRATULATIONS!!! WOW! You look incredible! Fit and healthy! So happy for you. I rarely post comments, but you’ve really done an incredible job and I wanted you to know you’ve made an impact on a complete stranger; enough so to get me to comment! Great job. Keep up the good work.

  34. Girl, you’re crushing it! May I ask where you got the black swimsuit? I love it!

  35. Congrats on feeling great! You look strongk! Killer ink too!

  36. You look ridiculously good. Proud of you.

  37. You look fantastic! Great job. I’ve had friends suffering from eating disorders before, it’s brutal. Good for you!

  38. Glad that your happy & healthy! You look super great, you totally defeated the disorder

  39. You look amazing! If you don’t mind my asking, how did you beat bulimia?

  40. You look great in both photos, but the tone to your thighs in the photo on the right is amazing! I’ve been working on losing a little weight, but your photos might have inspired me to try a bit of strength training as well.

  41. Congratulations on beating your eating disorder! You turned out to be stronger than your illness. You look amazing.

  42. Congratulations! You are beautiful, and look super strong (mentally AND physically) now! Also, love the tats!

  43. You’ve done some amazing things here. Congratulations and you look fantastic.

  44. Nice one mate. What kind of lifting routine do you follow?

  45. Way to overcome! You look great. Keep up the good work!

  46. I’m so happy for you!!! This is amazing!

  47. You look fantastic in both pics, keep it going!

  48. Damn, you look great! Not that you didn’t look great before, but your body really shows the effort and you look so strong

  49. Did you workout at all? Your body looks incredible in both pics.

  50. Just commenting as a stranger to say that I’m proud of your recovery and that you look strong and amazing. I also really respect you keeping that photo off the internet and your reasons for it. I have friends who struggled or are struggling with eating disorders, and your choice is a small boon to people like them or others susceptible.

  51. Good luck on your continuing journey and on life in general.

  52. Serious question, what does it mean that your photo might have triggered someone? Triggered what?

  53. Thank you so much for this post. I had a long day and this, along with the comments, brought me to tears; but in a good way. Lifting weights and focusing on body reconposition/body building (losing fat but gaining muscle) *literally changed my life*. I still binge at times, but the control and escaping binging brought has been replaced by my fitness goals. I can control my body, I can get more endorphins, I can have something to show for all my hard work, and it will hopefully prolong my life

  54. Awesome… you look amazing and HEALTHY

  55. Damn, you beat the shit out of bulimia. Congrats on your recovery and continued success.

  56. I am your close to your before stats, you give me hope that I can beat my emotional overeating issues.

  57. great work you look amazing!!!

  58. Wow, great job! I can tell you feel great about yourself because of your pose: you look strong and confident in the picture!

  59. Not much wrong here. Dang girl.

  60. Good on you for being so strong!

    I want to ask a question for my own understanding. Dont bother answering if it is a tough one for any reason;

    What is it that’s addictive about being belemic? Is it the attention from people saying “you’re too skinny” that’s addictive? Almost like a form of martyrdom?
    Just curious.

  61. You look amazing! You’ve got the kind of muscle tone I’ve got goals for.

  62. You look fantastic. Congrats on staying clean from the bulimia.

  63. Great work. You lost weight and got an extra tattoo as well ☺️

  64. Your absolutely beautiful in both pictures, congratulations on the success. Anyone would be lucky to call you theirs 😁👍

  65. You are a role model for people with ED. Keep up the good work. Stay amazing.

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