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Woman lives off cheese sandwiches for 30 yrs

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A mum-of-two with a 'fear of food' has revealed she's lived off a diet of cheese sandwiches for almost 30 years.

April Griffiths, 29, has a severe food phobia, and experiences intense anxiety at even the thought of eating food that isn’t a cheese sandwich.

In a bid to overcome her mealtime phobias, the mum has forked out a fortune on hypnotherapy sessions, but nothing has been able to cure her of the obsession.

April from Nuneaton, Warwickshire said: "Every time I attempt to try new things, I have a panic attack, my whole body begins to shake, and I am terribly nervous.

https://uk.style.yahoo.com/mum-food-phobia-cheese-sandwiches-104943511.html

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RoofGardener

Not even with pickle ?

the poor woman :(

 

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zygote_myles

I hope she's getting enough exercise though, as lots of cheese might lead to heart disease. 

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Bendy Demon

I would have read the article but it is on Yahoo and now that it is part of some "Oath" thing, it demanded that I allow them access to my 'devices" so they can "use my data i.e track and snoop...all for my benefit of course :hmm:

 

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Scholar4Truth

This looks like it could be featured on an episode of My Strange Addition. 

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