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Aside from that most men are hesitant to date any woman with a mental illness but they tend to make exceptions for Anas because Anas are thin and tiny and men like that for sex but they won't want anything long term.
Most Anas don't come out and speak about their illness because of the judgement so if you don't say anything they won't know.
Anas are very adept at hiding their illness so this shouldn't be a problem at all unless you are completely open about it. I would keep her disease in mind however and try to support her recovery in every way I could.
If she relapses, however, it could go in one of many different ways. My highschool sweetheart became bulimic while we were dating.
She never really became skin and bones, but she lost some weight and was on her way to become malnourished.
Her parents had money so she got doctors, nutritionists and all that.
She ended up leaving me a few years later and we talked on and off but haven't for years at this point.
From what I know through common friends, she's healthy now and has no boyfriend (I was curious, lol).
Depending on the build of the girl, that could either look skeletal or simply thin.
If she looks like a bag of bones, that's definitely a turnoff; if she just looks really thin, probably wouldn't care.
I'm not the type of guy who assumes every thin girl has some sort of eating disorder..of my ex-girlfriends never weighed more than 90 pounds and she ate as much as I did.