Answer: What is Body dysmorphic disorder?
cuz you have issues and spend more time focusing on yourself then with your family
Then don't read her blog. She's healthy. You must not be.
I hate the don't read her blog type comments. She puts her life up on the interwebs and allows comments to be posted on it. If she expected all positive feedback, then I doubt she would do that. ANYWAYS, for Lina, is it possible your hair issues are due to your diet? I second someone else's comment about seeing a doctor... Your posts about hair loss seem to coincide with you losing more weight. Just sayin'.
So just because she has a blog and posts things publicly and allows for comments to be posted, it gives everyone permission to be bullies and negatively attack her? I don't even understand this attitude that people have to be so rude and mean towards one another. Posting comments anonymously gives people this strange confidence or power to be so ugly and behave so horribly online - it's pathetic and says a lot about their character.
It's amazing what hiding behind a computer empowers people to do - they ALWAYS default to evil behavior.
I don't see any comments where Lina is being attacked. I only see your comments calling out other people's comments. Because I guess you know her personally? Do you know how she feels about the comments she has to approve before publishing? Since you have such intimate knowledge of the author of this blog, why don't you add something substantial to the conversation? Enlighten the rest of us on the exact reason Lina feels fat when in fact she has lost weight? Thanks in advance.
And YOUR comments were just as enlightening Anon 6:00 AM???? How 'bout re-reading the first 2 comments above - one is accusing her of having body dysmorphic disorder and the other is accusing her of having "issues" and not spending enough time with her family....sounds like character assassination to me. And thank YOU for adding absolutely nothing to this conversation.
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