crazy for ice

Why do you chew ice?

crazy for ice

Postby ice mummy » Wed May 25, 2005 2:58 pm

im 27 years old and i started eating icewhen i was about 16 but then through all three of my pregnancies it got worse and now im still eating it. i thought i was some sort of freak coz everyone thinks its strange and people used to say to me when i was pregnant that my baby would come out in a igloo when its born coz i ate it so much.i find that i eat it more when im stressed .
i used to eat it with diet coke but after reading an article on it i stopped doing it but know its just got worse and i have to eat it more now that im not having nothing with it.
i love eating it but hate having to go to the toilet all the time.even my kids like it and i have got my own ice machine that i use to crush the ice till its like a fine kids r always asking me if they can have some of my ice but that is a definite no no. i cant believe it has made me feel this way.i just have to have it and if i cant i get really moody does anyone else feel like this?
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You are not alone

Postby lresper » Thu Jun 16, 2005 4:47 pm

Don't feel bad. I am 31 years old and have been chewing ice for more than a 3rd of my life. My obsession began around 7 or 8 years old. I eat atleast 7 or 8 32oz cups a day literally. If I don't have my ice my friends tell me I need to get some because my attitude changes. I don't like to share my ice with know one not een my kids. They like ice too so when I get my 4 cups in the morning on my way to take them to daycare I get them a little cup. I'll share almost anythiing esle except the ice. It's that serious. Men really think I'm nuts, even more so than my co-workers. My male friends can't believe I can sit in front of them and just eat ice like that. What I tell them its either me sitting in front of you eating ice being happy or not sitting in front of you at all because I'm going eat my ice know matter what.
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