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Using Support Groups To Treat Anorexia

One of the causes of anorexia is thought to be that it gives practitioners a sense of control in a life that is otherwise not meeting their expectations. When this is coupled with depression and a feeling of being alone, talking to others with the disease can be very helpful. First, it opens up the …

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Psychology Of Anorexia

The psychology of anorexia is complex and convoluted. There are many ways in which anorexia may present and many precipitating factors that may contribute to the development of this disorder. Although the psychology of anorexia cannot be clearly delineated there are various thought patterns, experiences, personality traits, and biological factors that seem to be present …

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Jennifer Love Hewitt To Curvy Girls: “Put On A Bikini And Stay Strong”

Jennifer Love Hewitt has been dealing with body criticism since her days as a doe-eyed girl on “Party of Five.” But the 34-year-old actress is now at a place in her life where she’s regularly appearing in lingerie on the show “The Client List,” and the criticisms roll right off her back. “I’m an actress, …

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