But I won't joke about it anymore, it's a serious thing, and some people have real problems with anorexia or bulimia, and some people are compulsive exercisers that work-out 5+ hours a day, and eat next to nothing, to the point that they put their health at risk.
As an undergrad I did attend a few psychology classes (as I earned my psychology degree), so I'm not without opinion on this. Generally, most therapists consider 'healthy' behavior a disorder when it no longer serves their best interest, like when they begin to place their workouts ahead of their job or family and their life starts to fall apart from it. Or, of course, when it's no longer healthy, and their body fat gets too low or their body breaks down in some way.
What do you think? Feel free to address zero or more of these questions:
Anyway, 5.1 miles this morning.
I sleep now.