Anorexia.

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby Oriani » Sat Jul 04, 2009 2:15 am

No, I am not graduated yet, but I made some mistakes when I was writing my previous post which does not mean my English is bad. Sorry if my mistakes distrubed you, guys.. Is it now allowed making mistakes? :shock:

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby sweethuman » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:15 am

Yes it is. I used to face this problem before joining gym. But now it is fine

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby Oriani » Tue Sep 20, 2011 1:23 am

Krisi wrote:
Oriani wrote:You know what? You brought into this tipic a very important element of this desorder: the fact of having the "Barbie dall" as a role model. It is really aronical that barbies are used to entertain littel girls, I mean, since we are little girls, we have been 'forced' to follow an image that it is actually fake: the body, the expensive house, the expensive car and the handson boyfriend ( well, this is not so bad, LOL :lol: ).


Are you really a teacher of English? (just asking! I'm a spelling teacher!) :-)


I was not an English teacher when I wrote the comments above. Of course I made mistakes but Thank God I have corrected them.
Thanks.

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby Lucia » Fri Dec 09, 2011 11:18 am

Anorexia is more an illness of our mind/head as first we convince ourselves that we are too fat and then we began to destroy our body.
The only way to return to a normal life is to realize a real picture of this situatin - our real appearence. Only then it is possible to be healthy physically again.

Magazines and pursuit of ideal body lead mostly teenageres to such troubles.

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby Elisa » Fri Dec 09, 2011 6:25 pm

I am wondering if the " desease" of anorexia shows up in poor coutries...

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby Oriani » Tue Jan 10, 2012 9:32 pm

Elisa wrote:I am wondering if the " desease" of anorexia shows up in poor coutries...


Good point.

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby allison » Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:29 am

Elisa wrote:I am wondering if the " desease" of anorexia shows up in poor coutries...

in times like this we see matters in black and white.

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby Krisi » Sun Apr 08, 2012 2:31 am

Elisa wrote:I am wondering if the " desease" of anorexia shows up in poor coutries...


a lot of new words are just cropping up for some reasons.

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Re: Anorexia.

Postby Krisi » Sat Apr 14, 2012 1:53 pm

Krisi wrote:
Elisa wrote:I am wondering if the " desease" of anorexia shows up in poor coutries...


a lot of new words are just cropping up for some reasons.


hardly possible but not impossible... but because the people is more exposed to its effect I think obesity would be more evident to some and later/(in the future) to the rest.


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