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One of the difficulties in therapy for eating disorders is getting the treatment where it needs to be – not only in the head of the patient, but in their mind when the harmful behavior arises. Therapists cannot be around all the time. They can’t sit next to you at the dinner table or prevent …

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The Reason You’re Under-Eating

There are a number of reasons for under-eating connected to a person’s mood, genetic conditions and illnesses. The following disorders and diseases are just a few related causes of under-eating. Anorexia Nervosa One of the main reasons for under-eating is attributed to anorexia nervosa. This eating disorder causes victims to be afraid of weight gain …

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Gaga Defends Her Weight Gain, Reveals Eating Disorder

Lady Gaga has recently been criticized in the tabloids for her weight gain. While she is still a very normal weight and beautiful, the media attacked her. In response to critics, Gaga revealed that she has been suffering from “bulimia and anorexia since [she] was 15.” Most would agree that Gaga’s new curvy look is …

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