Oprah Winfrey's Prime Time: Anorexia

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I believe getting fat is big trouble for everyone, especially women, inside this class and outside there. I trust you, the girl, won’t hear someone said, “Oh, what a bad. Would you marry a big girl?” So many ways you do to reduce the fat, doing some routine exercises, taking a smaller amount of food and drink are the most favorite and effective alternatives for you, don’t you. Extremely, the worst manner sinking the fat are exercising thirteen hours per day and eating no carbohydrate. Are you the ones using this crazy system? I hope you don’t want to be the same as Leigh. Who’s Leigh? And what’s wrong with her?

Leigh, a thirty-eight years old woman, is a guest on Oprah Winfrey’s Prime Time Show shown on Saturday 24th February, 2007, 7 p.m. She used to be in NASA. She has married for eleven years and had two lovely children. She is five point six feet tall but her weight is only 80 pounds. As you know, the standard weight must be between one hundred and twenty seven to seventy five pounds. You can imagine how bony she is. Terrifically, she has had no sex-joy and she has used to suicide since she had anorexia. Anorexia is an emotional disorder, especially young women in which there is an abnormal fear of being fat, causing the person to stop eating, leading to dangerous weight loss. It’s started when her friend said, “Hey, you are slim now. You are looked very well.” She was obsessed so much. She did diet a lot. There must no oil, fat and low carbohydrate food. She scaled herself twelve times a day. She never used to feel “I was thin enough”. “I can say I have thin arms but I think have loose skin and big belly”. By then, she said that she had started feeling nauseated when she must have gone to the children wear for buying her clothes. Importantly, she wanted the changes when she saw her children as big as her. “I want to be normal again.” Now, she is disappeared physically and emotionally. She can only exercise two minutes per day. She becomes a very weak...
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