He still has it, never fasted long enough to know if it would heal it or not. His problem is because of his pores in his nose being too small and not allowing it to drain properly, so I'm not sure if fasting can help it.
That's the problem with fasting with a partner, if one quits, so does the other. Double the participants, double the chance of quitting, lol.
""sorry to trouble you. But something doesn't quite add up...""
That is very funny!
Those lines sum him up perfectly.
Peter Falk was great to watch.
He would always crack a case on some little thing like crumbs left over on a table or ashes in an ash tray or even a small bump on a small toe.
"Nothing tastes as good as thin feels" is a common mantra on anorexic communities. A few other things you mentioned from her old posts indicates an unhealthy relationship with food including the urgency. When the motivation is right, there is much less fight internally I think. Anorexics have a huge internal battle when they strive not to eat and it is often motivated by self loathing and need for control.
Whatever the situation here, when the motivations become grounded in something deeper and calming (like a healthy interest in nutritious food and good health) then fasting will not be so difficult. Eh, my 2 cents anyway.