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Posted March 4, 2005
Some psychology of eating disorders
Very thorough but concise, this book expounds on the correlation between emotionally absent or patently absent fathers and how anorexia, bulimia and bulimarexia are not connected to the mother, but to the father after so many years of research, study and the like. Discusses common misunderstandings about the father in the parent/child relationship, the emptiness a young and adolescent girl lives with constantly so painfully, and speaks alot about what many eating disordered females have been only pining to confer about and agree with, for many years and decades. This book is also a big plus for students, therapists in addition to suffering family members.
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Posted June 30, 2009
Some Eating Disorders Explained
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It can be in both male and females !!
If you want to know how this may have come about, and to understand the problems and difficulties that are part of this illness, then read this book.
It is an easy to read and understand "story" that may help someone on the rocky road to recovery that is never ending.
It is for both the professional and lay-persons, who have to face this challenge, with lots of information to help you onward.