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  1. The Anorexia Diaries: A Mother and Daughter's Triumph Over Teenage Eating Disorders by Linda Rio, Tara Rio, 2003-07-18
  2. The 2002 Official Patient's Sourcebook on Binge Eating Disorder
  3. If Your Adolescent Has an Eating Disorder: An Essential Resource for Parents (Adolescent Mental Health Initiative) by B. Timothy Walsh, V. L. Cameron, 2005-10-27
  4. Spiritual Approaches in the Treatment of Women With Eating Disorders by P. Scott Richards, Randy K. Hardman, et all 2006-08-30
  5. Inside Out: Portrait of an Eating Disorder by Nadia Shivack, 2007-07-24
  6. Beating Ana: How to Outsmart Your Eating Disorder and Take Your Life Back by Shannon Cutts, 2009-01-08
  7. Doing What Works: An Integrative System for Treating Eating Disorders from Diagnosis to Recovery by Abigail Horvitz Natenshon, 2009-11-15
  8. Life Without Ed: How One Woman Declared Independence from Her Eating Disorder and How You Can Too by Jenni Schaefer, Thom Rutledge, 2003-12-26
  9. I'm Beautiful? Why Can't I See It?: Daily Encouragement to Promote Healthy Eating & Positive Self-Esteem by Kimberly Davidson, 2006-12-19
  10. Clinical Manual of Eating Disorders by Joel Yager; Pauline S. Powers, 2007-04-11
  11. Eating Disorders (Opposing Viewpoints) by Viqi Wagner, 2007-07-13
  12. Chalked Up: Inside Elite Gymnastics' Merciless Coaching, Overzealous Parents, Eating Disorders, and Elusive Olympic Dreams by Jennifer Sey, 2008-05-01
  13. Thin Enough: My Spiritual Journey Through the Living Death of an Eating Disorder by Sheryle Cruse, 2005-12-30
  14. Binge Breaker!(TM): Stop Out-of-Control Eating and Lose Weight by Peter M. Miller, 1999-11-01

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What is Anorexia Nervosa
Basic overview of what anorexia is; it's signs and symptoms

83. An Evolutionary Hypothesis For Eating Disorders
Riadh T. Abed argues that the roots of some eating disorders may be sexual competition. Published in the British Journal of Medical Psychology 71(4)525547.

84. Introducing Anorexia Nervosa
A centre based in London for the treatment of eating disorders like Anorexia Another source of unbiased advice is the eating disorders Association.
Introducing Anorexia Nervosa Dr Peter Rowan MBBS.MRCPsych.
General Features
Anorexia Nervosa is an illness that mainly affects adolescent girls although it can occur both in boys or girls younger or older than this. The most common features are loss of weight coupled with a change in behaviour. The weight loss is slowly progressive and often starts with a perfectly normal weight reducing diet. It may only be after this has continued for several months that it seems a cause for worry, usually because by then the weight loss is extreme. To start with the girls are single minded in their determination to lose weight. Attempts to frustrate their efforts are generally met with anger or deceit or a combination of both. Confrontation, rational discussion, bullying or bribery will probably fail to cause more than a very brief change of eating behaviour. Continuing weight loss will lead to increasing concern by the family. A girl of average height will probably be unable to continue at school once her weight falls below around six stones. The personality changes that she may experience will be those of increasing seriousness and introversion. She will become less outgoing and less fun. She will usually begin to lose contact with her friends and may appear to lose interest in everything apart from food and academic work. She may show increased obsessional behaviour especially in the kitchen where she may become concerned with cleanliness, orderliness and precise timing of meals. She may well seem to wish to cook for the family and appear to encourage them to overeat. She will regress and appear to lose confidence. She may become less assertive, less argumentative and more dependant. At the same time her behaviour will increasingly control the lives of all around her.

85. Soul's Self Help Central
Information, links, journal entries and resources regarding a range of mental health disorders borderline personality disorder, DID, eating disorders and others.
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86. Anorexia - Ask The Dietitian
Got questions about Anorexia or eating disorders? Ask Joanne Larsen, RegisteredDietitian and nutrition counselor.
I'm so glad I found your site on the Internet! Eating disorders are hardly acknowledged in the Far East and I'm starting to get really worried about my best friend. My friend has been on this crazy diet for six months since we started freshman year at law school and she's lost 17 kilos (37.4 lbs.)! She used to be a nicely rounded at 60 kg (132 lbs.) and 166 cm (5 ft 5) but now she weighs 43.5 kilos (96 lbs.). Is this too thin? Her work always been excellent and she was always popular, but now she's really changed. Sure she has a boyfriend and has even been offered a modeling job, but I got real scared when she overdosed on laxatives today and called me sick and in a panic from a fast food restaurant . I was really shocked when I drove her home and put her to bed. She had bruises on her hips and ribs and she said sleeping on them was painful! When I tried to get her to drink some soup, she cried and cried and said it would make her fat! I've only ever seen her drink coffee in the last 5 months. She never eats with us in the cafeteria anymore and would always brightly excuse herself to work in the library. We're all envious of her wonderful figure now, but she's really thin and I'm worried. She said if I tell her parents, she'll kill me. She swears she'll stop dieting once she loses the last kilo, but that's what she said at 50 kilos! I don't want to lose her friendship, but I don't want her to lose even more! Could she die? Is this anorexia? Do write back soon or she'll be 5 ft 5 and less than 95 lbs!

87. Stepping Stones Addiction Centre
Provides holistic inpatient treatement for alcohol and drug addiction, compulsive gambling, eating disorders and other associated addictions. Located in Kommetjie, Cape Town, South Africa.

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88. Taylor, Jill - Kambia
Poems of different subjects, journal, and quotes. Topics include eating disorders, self injury, suicide, depression, and lesbian thoughts.
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89. Eating Disorders Facts For Teens
Information for teens about eating disorders from the American Academy of FamilyPhysicians.

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An eating disorder is an obsession with food and weight that harms a person's well-being. Although we all worry about our weight sometimes, people with an eating disorder go to extremes to keep from gaining weight. There are two main eating disorders: anorexia nervosa and bulimia. Return to top
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  • 8,000,000 or more people in the United States have an eating disorder. 90% are women. Victims may be rich or poor. Eating disorders usually start in the teens but may begin as early as age 8.
Source: National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. We don't know exactly. Possible causes include feeling stressed out or upset about something in your life, or feeling like you need to be "in control." Society also puts a lot of pressure on people to be thin. This pressure can contribute too. Return to top
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90. CBT Counselling
Offering Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to assist with various conditions including stress, anxiety, eating disorders and anger. Includes profile, services, expectations and fees.
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Counsellor and Therapist, Anne-Purchase Walker, Norwich, Norfolk What Is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy? Cognitive Behaviour Therapy or CBT, originated in America in the early 1950's, through the pioneering work of two psychologists; Aaron Beck and Albert Ellis. Although both psychologists emphasis slightly different aspects of their work, Aaron Beck preferring to stress the importance of challenging negative thinking, and Albert Ellis (who calls his approach Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy), preferring to stress the importance of disputing the inflexible and irrational rules of living that we call ' musts ' or 'shoulds', both are in agreement that errors in our thinking are a major cause of human unhappiness. They also agree that examining our feelings, or emotions, and our behaviour, as well as our thinking, often with the help of a skilled Cognitive Behaviour Therapist or counsellor, when we have a problem, can be very helpful. In fact, such examination is the key to solving the problem! How Problems Happen Why is this? Because in any situation, it is our thinking, our interpretation of events, that usually starts our problem, and our feelings and behaviour follow. A little like a horse and cart. Where the horse goes the cart has to follow! It looks like this:

91. Eating Disorders: Anorexia And Bulimia
eating disorders are common in the United States between 5 and 10 million peoplehave them. For more information about anorexia and bulimia,

Hayley used to love going to the food court with her friends, but now just the thought of it fills her with dread. Besides, she doesn't really even have time to hang with her friends anymore - she needs more time for her running and cardio. It feels like every time she looks in the mirror she looks fat, although the scale says she's losing weight. Hayley doesn't feel like herself anymore. She's having a hard time concentrating in school and she's always so tired. Hayley has an eating disorder. Eating disorders are common in America - between 5 and 10 million people have them, and experts estimate that 1% of American teens have an eating disorder. That means if your class has 400 students, probably about four of them have this condition. Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
The two most common types of eating disorders are anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa , more commonly known as anorexia and bulimia. The two disorders can be difficult to distinguish from each other because they have similar characteristics: With both anorexia and bulimia, the person will have a distorted image of his or her body. That person will seem to be obsessed with what he or she eats. Both anorexia and bulimia tend to affect girls more than guys, but 10% of the people with eating disorders are guys. And, because we typically think of eating disorders as only affecting girls, they often go unrecognized in guys. Guys with eating disorders also tend to focus more on athletic appearance or success than on just looking thin.

92. GPASC Homepage
Offers group psychotherapy, support groups, group therapy and bereavement support groups. Find social workers, grief counselors and therapists for stress management, eating disorders, anger management and anxiety disorders.
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93. PROMIS Recovery Centre
Counselling and recovery centres in London and Kent, specialising in treatment for alcohol addiction, drug abuse and eating disorders. Also offers a special unit for young people aged 13 to 18.



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The promise of PROMIS is that something can be done. There is a way out of the maze. Real help is available and recovery possible. PROMIS accepts referrals from any source. Following an assessment, patients may be admitted to the Recovery Centre in Kent for in-patient treatment, or to the Counselling Centre in London for day-patient services. The success of PROMIS in treating addictive behaviour is grounded in our personal understanding and experiences. PROMIS understands because we ourselves have known the same feelings of despair, confusion, isolation and anger. We work our own programme of recovery on a daily basis, we are confident in our professional and personal knowledge that it is successful and we are glad to share it with others. Please email us at or click here for full contact details
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94. Welcome To The National Eating Disorder Information Centre
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95. Erica's Page
Discussions on fat health, selfesteem tips, pro-fat song listings, fat role models, eating disorders, and recovery from self-hatred. A few other random interests of the author as well.
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96. The Weight Management Clinic
Located in Weymouth Street, London W1 and providing treatment for weight related problems, including obesity and eating disorders.
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97. Eating Disorders Site: Peace, Love, And Hope
Information, not just on anorexia and bulimia, but also on the many other demons that tend to accompany them (ie depression, self-injury, OCD). Includes chatrooms and bulletin boards.
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99. College Students With E.D.'s Journal
Community message board for college students with eating disorders.
entries friends calendar College Students with E.D. userinfo livejournal userinfo calendar livejournal calendar I suck lightasabrick SO here I am, so fat, so weak, such a failure. I feel like a poser and a fake, I haven't had an "anorexic" weight for about 3 years now and my lowest weight in the past few months is only 107 ( I am 5'5"). I hate myself, i hate getting dressed, I hate looking in the mirror, i hate how weak I am and how hungry I get...I hate that this morning i weighed 112..IF anyone would like a support friend, or just someone to talk to, or someone who has any kind words..please comment 1 comment post comment
Does anyone know of a low cal food that gives you energy and is filling. I've been eating the Snickers Marathon bars that are fortified for women (150cals each) they're great, but I don't want to eat the same thing everyday. Any suggestions would be great and thanks in advance!
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mood drained So I'm back at school now trying to lose weight and be thin again like I was last year. My roomates are cool and my one roomate is ana too so we help eachother. But all the drinking we've been doing probably has made me gain...and I've been sticking my finger down my throat every night when I'm drunk just cause I feel bad about having drank so much. So I just need to detox and chill out and not drink as much...Plus we've all been eating so much chicken broth so we don't eat and its hurting my stomach so much today. Has that ever happened to anyone else? I'm kinda scared I'm sick or something! But besides that everything else is pretty good. I love my new apartment so I hope I can be happy balancing my eating issues with everything else!~Good luck to you all!

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