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100 Questions & Answers About Anorexia Nervosa by Sari Fine Shepphird

By Sari Fine Shepphird

No matter if you're a newly clinically determined sufferer, a chum, or a relative of somebody with anorexia nervosa, or should you easily desire to achieve a greater figuring out of this situation, a hundred Questions and solutions approximately Anorexia Nervosa bargains support. This e-book deals a whole advisor to knowing the motives of anorexia, symptoms and analysis, and useful feedback on how you can aid family being affected by anorexia in addition to the remedies on hand. Written by means of a scientific psychologist with approximately two decades adventure within the box of consuming issues, besides contributions from genuine sufferers, this e-book is a useful source for studying approximately and combating this ailment.

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I could get straight A’s in school, but I considered myself stupid and unworthy. I could win a national championship in running, set a national age group record, win a prestigious race, but I still couldn’t feel good about myself or like myself. I was greatly embarrassed by any recognition of my accomplishments, feeling like I really didn’t deserve it. If I won a race or set a record, it was just a lucky moment in time or a sort of accident, and I would then try to do better next time. I was constantly and ravenously hungry, yet believed I didn’t deserve to eat and was afraid to eat.

He spent many hours carrying heavy loads of lumber, moving large bags of concrete, and climbing multiple flights of stairs. All of this activity left Marc 30 pounds lighter than when the summer began. Marc liked his new, slimmer appearance and vowed to maintain his weight loss after his summer job ended, but the methods he chose were not healthy. Marc severely restricted his calorie intake for days at a time and would frequently exercise to the point of exhaustion. Altogether, Marc lost about 20% of his body weight.

What are some other myths about anorexia? That is a great question because the misconceptions about this illness abound.  People do not choose to have anorexia.

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