Does Anyone Know How Effective Treatment Centers Are In Treating Bulimia? I Am Just Running Out Of Options. Thanks.

Treatment Centers Provide
MsW – 05/03/2009 – 15:12

Treatment centers provide what you need. You don’t walk in on Monday and walk out Friday completely cured, but you leave with knowledge and understanding of how to beat it and manage it for the rest of your life. Chances are good that you will need to continue to check in with the professionals on an ongoing basis after you leave.
The best thing about the center is the support and understanding.
Best wishes to you.

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