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Glennon Doyle is opening up about her recent eating disorder diagnosis.
In a new episode of her podcast, We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle, the Untamed author and recovering bulimic shared the news that she's been diagnosed with anorexia.
"I have been alluding to it, but I didn't feel ready to talk about it," she revealed at the start of the show, which she hosts with her wife Abby Wambach and sister Amanda Doyle.
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This time last year, the author announced that she'd relapsed with her bulimia and was feeling "a bit lost about it".
Having dealt with the eating disorder her entire life, she wasn't ready to "make moves" just yet.
For 10 months, Doyle, 46, didn't get better or worse, but remained hyper-aware, knowing that she would have to seek medical help eventually.
When she did, doctors gave her a diagnosis she wasn't expecting: anorexia nervosa.
"[They said], 'This might be jarring but [our] diagnosis of you, based on your history and all of your medical tests, is that you are anorexic'," Doyle shared.