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Avery's Anorexia

Avery's Anorexia

225K Reads 11.4K Votes 22 Part Story
Mickey By Explosivewafflez Updated Jul 21, 2015

"If you could see your demons for what they are, you'd never let them anywhere near you. "
Avery Payne is completely disgusted with her body. She'll do anything to be skinny like all the other girls at school-no matter the cost. What happens when exercising becomes dieting, and dieting turns into the deadly Anorexia? Avery is about to find that Anorexia, Bulimia, Depression, Suicide, and Anxiety are demons, quite literally. What if you could see these illnesses for what they were? What would they say to you? More importantly, what would you say back? Can Avery defeat Ana, or will it claim her life?
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(A/N: It is not necessary to read the other books in order to understand this one:)

andyccat andyccat Apr 04
Please don't say that. Guys get insecure too, heck, maybe it's the fact that no one talks about our insecurities and problems is the reason why so many males never get treated for eating disorders, depression or other illnesses. Don't shut us out.
FernandeMartin FernandeMartin Sep 11, 2016
Redpuppie Redpuppie Apr 13, 2016
300-700 calories, most likely around 400 if it's school lunch
latenightthinker latenightthinker Feb 21, 2016
This is my second time reading this book. It has helped me a lot with my eating disorder. I don't have anorexia, but I do tend to starve myself. I have binge eating disorder, and this book helps me feel like I'm not alone in my eating disorder.
@SkylarSkeleton I just remembered that this book really fùcking took a toll on me the first time I read it. Great. 
                              This if gonna be so much fun! ;_;
carisisnicetoanimals carisisnicetoanimals May 09, 2016
After reading this story a few times (and coming back at it for another), I sort of finally managed to put a thought of mine into words. 
                              You know how you stare at a word for so long to the point where it doesn't seem like a word anymore? I think that's what people do with their bodies.