I Think That I May Be In The Beginning Stages Of An Eating Disorder And I Want To Know If I Actually Do Have One, And If I Do, How Can I Stop It From Becoming Worse.

Greengirl…Your Best Defense
janurse427 – 03/09/2011 – 05:45

greengirl…Your best defense is to seek help immediately with a mental health professional, and/or your physician, and be open and honest with them about your fears. One thing that can be very helpful is to go the EAT-26 website (www.eat-26.com), where you can take the most widely used self-test for eating disorders. This can give you a better idea of where your situation fits into the spectrum. Please seek help now! Take care…Jan ?


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