My Daughter Lost A Lot Of Weight And Looked Anorexic. She Now Has Started Binge Eating. She Gained 20 Pounds In 2 Weeks. She Cries All The Time And Wont Leave The House. Is This Considered A Eating Disorder Or Depression? I Need A Support Also.

It Is Not Uncommon For A
Nicole Felton – 06/27/2010 – 11:25

It is not uncommon for a person who exhibits anorexic behavior to begin other eating disorder behaviors as they struggle to recover. It is important that you seek assistance immediately for your daughter and your family. Yes, this is a sign of an eating disorder and it sounds as if your daughter is in emotional trouble. You will want to ensure her treatment team can help you understand why she has an eating disorder, this will assist with long term recovery. The first true step is understanding. God bless you.


Thank You Very Much For Your
nbielata – 06/28/2010 – 03:18

Thank you very much for your reply. This is killing me to see her like this. I want her to be happy and healthy. I will be contacting a specialist for eating disorders today. Thanks again.


Thank You Very Much For Your
nbielata – 06/28/2010 – 03:18

Thank you very much for your reply. This is killing me to see her like this. I want her to be happy and healthy. I will be contacting a specialist for eating disorders today. Thanks again.

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