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On the way home, Emma's friend Lucy asks her what had happened. After Emma had explained the whole problem, Lucy told her to tell her mum so she wouldn't find out in the wrong way.
Emma was to scared to tell her mum about her vomiting. That night, when she ran into the bathroom with all her food, she forgot to lock the door. While vomiting, her mum had opened the door and was in shock at the sight.
Emma's mum took her to the living room so that Emma could explain what was wrong. After explaining, Emma's mum decides to take her to the doctors the next day.
The next day, Emma and her mother go to the doctors. Emma explains to the doctor whats going on. Doctor explains to Emma what Bulimia is and how it can affect people. She assures Emma that it is common for teenagers and women and that is is not an illness that is permanent.
The doctor tells Emma how to break the cycle and tells her what she should do to distract herself from thinking about vomiting and overexercising.
After a few weeks, Emma got over the Bulimia cycle. She is living life comfortably and happy now. Under the slide, message appears: "Bulimia. Its Avoidable."
"Bulimia. It's Avoidable."
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