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Stacy Bias: The Shame Was More Important than Living
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 mens club 24   Stacy Bias speaks on childhood, compulsion, shame and the hierarchy of worth. AudioPlayer.embed(“audioplayer_3″, {soundFile:”aHR0cDovL3RoZWZhdGV4cGVyaWVuY2UuY29tL2F1ZGlvL1N0YWN5X1NoYW1lTW9yZUltcG9ydGFudC5tcDM”}); My mom and dad were both big More Help. My dad was about 6’4″, 350lbs, maybe even more than that, I don’t know. He was a very stocky guy, very Burly — his arms were just MASSIVE, his forearms. And he had a belly on him,...

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Agnes Day on Disordered Eating, Shame and Coping
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 berryjam.ruhttp://rtisnab.ru   In fifth grade, I had my First Crush On A Boy. His name was Ross. He was tall, with gorgeous green eyes, and he was so sophisticated that he wore cologne to school. Aramis. He agreed to be my boyfriend for one day, but we had to keep it a secret. When I asked why, he told me: “You aren’t exactly Brooke...

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