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KRISTEN_SAYS
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11/17/11 10:44 A

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That's horrible. I'm sorry that you have to live in an environment that isn't supportive. I hope they come through eventually or you save up enough money to move out. In the mean time perhaps you should still buy your healthy food and store what you can up in your room, and maybe buy a mini fridge to keep in your room for perishable foods.

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11/15/11 10:36 A

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As I am going to college I still live at home with my parents. Unlike other parents that would be ecstatic that I am trying to lose weight they spend their time making fun of me and telling me I can't do it and if I do I will gain the weight back.
They refuse to buy fruits or vegetables and the food that they make are very fattening. I can't buy healthy food because when I do my step mom purposely eats all my food telling since I eat the food she buys she gets to eat the food I buy. What makes it even more frustrating is I only have very little money that my real mom sends me and I cant get a job because my parents say if I work anywhere other then the hospital they will kick me out.



 
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