You have to do what's right for you and I believe that any step towards a cruelty free life is a good one. You are still choosing not to eat meat and that is something positive that you should be proud of. Who knows, your road may lead you back to being vegan and maybe this period right here where you go back to vegetarian again may be a part of that process and maybe not, but again any steps towards a cruelty free life are respectable. Good luck to you.
I see from your profile that you are 14, so it makes me curious as to what you consider 'binge eating' at such a young age and why you decided to go vegetarian, then vegan, in the first place? If your mother is concerned about your nutrition, and I saw you wrote about calcium - so that might be one of her main concerns as well, you might want to try reading The China Study when you have a chance.
Hi Sophia, first of all...I want to say that it is great that you are vegetarian! There is nothing wrong with that at all. You mentioned a concern about your calcium intake, and I have a sneaking suspicion that you probably like cheese(and who doesn't?). Just make sure to buy cheese that does not contain animal rennet. Animal rennit is used to curdle many different kinds of cheese...and is not vegetarian. It is an enzyme taken from the inner lining of a calf's stomach. Oh, and if you do decide to go back to being vegan, there are a number of foods that can give you the extra calcium you need. Broccoli, kale, chinese cabbage, spinach, TOFU, some fortified cereals, and OJ. Good luck lady:)!
P.S Noticed that you had wrote that you already knew of alot of great sources of calcium(sorry). Stir fries are a yummy, and super easy way to throw these types of options together...try looking up indian and thai recipes online:)!