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      Default Re: Bigorexia

      Yeah, I had seen this before..that guy is freakin' huge..not sure what's on his mind

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      Lmao bigotexia is a type of body dysmorphic disorder. Am unhealthy obsession where no matter how huge one becomes. They still see themselves as scrawny lol. Imagine that?

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      That's Sad ,Poor guy I'm sure it has ruined his life.

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      Default Re: Bigorexia

      I think at some point we all go through that
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      Default Re: Bigorexia

      Quote Originally Posted by ketsugo View Post
      Lmao bigotexia is a type of body dysmorphic disorder. Am unhealthy obsession where no matter how huge one becomes. They still see themselves as scrawny lol. Imagine that?
      i think that all of us competitors have this to an extent. think of it this way, we are always trying to bring a pkg that is bigger and better every time we step up on stage. i dont think to this extent of obsession but to a lesser degree.

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      Holy shit!! Ive have this. Luckily i have the cure for it as well.

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      Much of this seems to be spin and labels. One person says "unhealthy compulsuion," where another sees "extreme focus and discipline." One person criticizes our "dis-satisfaction with present strength and appearance," whereas someone else praises our drive to break personal records. Rather than labeling this guy a psycho and turning him into a crybaby his scrawny therapist should have praised him for his discipline and dedication--and picked up a barbell himself.

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      I was diagnosed with this at 20 years old and started use at 17 from pro hormones. At 19 I was on gear. I stopped everything at 22, went into tremendous bouts of depression for three years because of all of the size/strength/mass I had lost and my condition. Eventually I realized that my desire to compete against others onstage would never be fulfilling until I was able to compete with myself and be happy with myself. Now I'm much older, have accepted myself, I'm happy whether I'm on or off (although I prefer to be on, of course) who wouldn't. lol

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      Quote Originally Posted by 1bigun11 View Post
      Much of this seems to be spin and labels. One person says "unhealthy compulsuion," where another sees "extreme focus and discipline." One person criticizes our "dis-satisfaction with present strength and appearance," whereas someone else praises our drive to break personal records. Rather than labeling this guy a psycho and turning him into a crybaby his scrawny therapist should have praised him for his discipline and dedication--and picked up a barbell himself.
      very well said 1bigun11

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