I'm scared. I am currently in graduate school to become a "professional in the medical field." I have been bulimic for about 7 years, and honestly, the best thing that helped me was seeing a therapist and taking Prozac. I have since stopped both for about 2 years, and have not gotten better. However, now that I am going to obtain my "title" in 3 years, I am afraid to go back to a professional for fear of this coming back to haunt me, either when I apply for "Residency" or anytime in the future. Is there a way where I can see a therapist without using my name or insurance and obtain the medications that I know I need. Thank You!
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