字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - [Voiceover] I cry every time my mother says she's proud of my weight loss. She still doesn't know I'm anorexic. What it's like to struggle with anorexia. Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that causes people to become fixated in their diet and not gaining weight. The Whisper app allows people to share stories anonymously. Here are some actual confessions from people struggling with anorexia. - [Voiceover] Whenever my boyfriend sees my body, I'm scared that he'll notice I'm anorexic. - [Voiceover] I tell people I'm on a liquid diet. What they don't realize is that I'm anorexic, and the only liquid in my diet is water. - [Voiceover] I have anorexia. My head keeps telling me, pretty girls don't eat. - [Voiceover] I'm anorexic. I hate myself with a passion. The only time I eat is when I'm going drinking, because being drunk is the only thing that takes away the pain. - [Voiceover] I only eat in front of my parents so they won't find out I'm anorexic and send me to recovery. - [Voiceover] I tell everyone I'm losing weight because I exercise, but the truth is I'm anorexic. - [Voiceover] I'm anorexic and I'm trying to get better. I can't stand that every restaurant displays calories. It's so triggering. - [Voiceover] I denied the fact that I have anorexia. Today I saw my sister start to hate on her body the way I do. She's eight, this really hit heart. I need to change for her sake. - [Voiceover] I recovered from anorexia four years ago. I used to pray to God that he would let me die. But surviving has made me a stronger person. I'm proud of who I've become.