Top Eight Reasons For Relapse

Eating disorder expert Shan Larter explains the eight most common reasons for relapse, and how you can avoid them and recover from your eating disorder.

Shan Larter shares some shocking information with us: the top eight reasons for relapse actually come from within yourself, and without a plan, they may derail your recovery. She goes over expectation: If you have poor expectations, if you doubt yourself and treat yourself like a failure, you will get exactly what you expected—failure. She also goes over coping: Starving yourself, binging, purging, etc. are all coping mechanisms, and once you give those up, you need to have a plan, or you will fall right back into those old habits. Watch for more incredible tips on how to conquer your eating disorder.

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