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Eating Disorders

Posted by Ask Emily on March 22, 2014 at 10:05 PM

Eating Disorders can be very frightening not only for the person with the disorder, but for their family, friends, and loved ones as well. I have had the pleasure, and the opportunity this last year to meet an amazing woman who has faced Eating Disorders head on and has now made it part of her mission to help others who are struggling with eating disorders as well. There are a variety of eating disorders that people struggle with on a daily basis. Some people might not be happy with how they look and decide to starve themselves, eat like a bird, or eat and then throw up when they are done. Some people may be in a mental state where food has a hold on them, and they are what are commonly referred to as a compulsive over eater. Some people may have gone through emotional trauma once or multiple times in their lives and because of this, they have turned to comfort foods in an attempt to cover up their pain. For emotional support, exercise tips, and healthy recipe ideas please visit Transformation with Deborah Ann on Facebook at http://https://www.facebook.com/pages/Transformation-with-Deborah-Ann/560712183990726

Deborah Ann also offers a confidential e-mail option on her Facebook page, for those of you who would prefer to talk with her privately to get her help and advice confidentially.  Deborah Ann, is also in in the process of getting a book published.  Stay tuned, for more details.


Categories: Addiction Treatment, Psychological Counseling, Eating Disorders

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