Can One Eating Disorder Develop Into Another Eating Disorder? Is It Possible That A Person Can Have More Than One Eating Disorder?

Many Times An Eating Disorder
janurse427 – 11/03/2010 – 04:44

Many times an eating disorder will not ‘fit’ an exact criteria for a certain diagnosis, and over time, an eating disorder can ‘present’ differently, with different behaviors. The important thing, is that this is dangerous, life-threatening, and it is damaging the quality of your life!
Please seek help for whatever struggles you are experiencing!

Thank You For Your Reply. The
nfn127 – 11/04/2010 – 09:58

Thank you for your reply.
The area where I live there is no help so I am trying to help myself as muc as I can because like you wrote it did damage the quality of my life or what is left of it.

Please Don’t Give Up!! You
janurse427 – 11/04/2010 – 14:30

Please don’t give up!! You can recover with proper help. Even if you have to travel for help, it is worth it. You deserve to be well!! Take care.

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