In this podcast Tabitha talks to B, a guy who totally didn’t have anorexia … but probably did! B thought of himself as a normal guy, doing normal things: obsessively tracking calories, running absurd distances, and hiding in closets to avoid being invited to lunch. After an incident involving a blog post, evolutionary biology, and a semi-anonymous e-mail exchange, he did the normal thing: he researched and wrote a guide on anorexia recovery, and then started following it. Study cited: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Stephanie_Klenotich/publication/220016913_The_Activity-Based_Anorexia_Model/links/0a85e52d80de043a13000000.pdf “The no-nonsense guide for people who think they might have an eating disorder” is at http://nononsenseguide.net
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