The Psychology of Anorexia
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The science and study behind this scary and serious problem.
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From Autism to Anorexia, It's All About the Gut

From Autism to Anorexia, It's All About the Gut | The Psychology of Anorexia | Scoop.it
Whether you suffer with a chronic illness, psychiatric disorder or psychological condition, the first thing to check is your belly. That's because “All diseases begin in the gut,” according to the GAPS Diet creator Dr.
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20 Stone Russian ballet stars set for extensive UK Tour

20 Stone Russian ballet stars set for extensive UK Tour | The Psychology of Anorexia | Scoop.it
HAVING been a huge success in 2007 and spring ‘08, Russia’s alternative ballet company, The Big Ballet - comprising 16 female dancers each weighing a strict minimum of 17 Stone – is returning to the UK with an even bigger autumn tour of 33 venues,...

 

(This takes an interesting opposing stance to anorexia, and can be used as a commentary on societal views on the "right" weight.)

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What is Anorexia or Bulimia About?

What is Anorexia or Bulimia About? | The Psychology of Anorexia | Scoop.it
What is Anorexia or Bulimia About?
You may be diagnosed with either anorexia or bulimia if you are excessively conscious about your weight and y (What is Anorexia or Bulimia About?: What is Anorexia or Bulimia About?
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This talks about what eating disorders actually are & how to catch them.

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Talk about the ideal woman figure

Talk about the ideal woman figure | The Psychology of Anorexia | Scoop.it

It's ideals like these, set up by society and enforced by society, that can lead weak individuals in a downward spiral.

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Forget About Dieting

Forget About Dieting | The Psychology of Anorexia | Scoop.it

Reverse Psychology

"A diet is just another way to give hope and separate you from your money. Think Yourself Thin and never use another diet product, system, food or program again!"

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One Person's Battle: Life with Anorexia

I wanted make this video to show that anorexia is not something to desire. It shows my battle with anorexia and bulimia, illnesses which many people fight. M...
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mor shwartz's curator insight, November 15, 2016 8:48 AM

סרטון קצר בו בחורה צעירה מספרת על איך הגיעה למצב הזה,

ולאחר מכן איך התמודדה איתו  למרות שהיהי קשה מאוד!

 

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My anorexia story

My doctor suggested a make a small movie, to see how much I've changed, and to help with recovery. I can do this(: One pound at a time. Follow my journey on ...
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Personality Factors that might put a young person at risk of developing an eating disorder | Eating Disorders Advice

Personality Factors that might put a young person at risk of developing an eating disorder | Eating Disorders Advice | The Psychology of Anorexia | Scoop.it
Eating disorder risk factors: Very high expectations of achievement - http://t.co/bTmuNhbH...
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Anorexia Nervosa: From Possible Causes to Treatments

Anorexia Nervosa: From Possible Causes to Treatments | The Psychology of Anorexia | Scoop.it

Anorexia is one of the most common eating disorders. What motivates so many to begin this fall in health?

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Exercise Benefits Memory, Mental Health

Exercise Benefits Memory, Mental Health | The Psychology of Anorexia | Scoop.it

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“Researchers at Dartmouth College have found that exercise can benefit memory, as well as help children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.”
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