Personal Causes Of Eating Disorders

Personal causes of eating disorders can form from quite a number of things. The desire to be thing is something that has been effecting the world for quite a while. There are also other ways that there can be personal causes of eating disorders. The personal causes that effect people the most are problems that occur at home. Some people feel that hurting their bodies by starving or overeating is a way of coping with the stress they deal with around their home. Another way that there can be a personal problem could be through marriage problem. There may be a husband who constantly pushes his wife to lose weight and maybe she will look prettier. It can also be in the reverse as well. The seriousness of these personal causes can be severe. Sometimes personal causes of eating disorder can lead to much more than just an eating disorder, it can even lead to death.

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