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Eating Disorders

from OUPblog

Understanding the psychology of eating disorders [infographic

In acknowledgement of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we’ve put together a detailed infographic with facts and statistics based on information from Oxford Clinical Psychology. #psychology #eatingdisorders #infographic

from David Oragui

Consistency Is The Key To Success

I hope. #ed #recovery #eating disorder

from The Berry

Morning coffee (28 photos)

Eating Disorder Awareness

Statistics and facts about men with eating disorders - only 10% of those being treated are men! 25% of actual sufferers are men. This also falls into line with my masculinity board, men can't be weak, sick or have emotions and they certainly could never get a woman's disease!

from HelloGiggles

#RecoveryIs: An Inspiring Look at Eating Disorder Recovery

#Recovery Is: An Inspiring Look at Eating Disorder Recovery

Eating disorders quote: Food can become such a point of anxiety, not because it's food, but just because you have anxiety. That's how eating disorders develop.

Not everyone who cuts is suicidal Not everyone who is suicidal cuts Not everyone who is really thin has an eating disorder. Not everyone with an eating disorder is really thin It frustrates me how people promote self harm and eating disorders, and act like the two problems somehow mix together, so that it makes people look more unbalanced-Having an eating disorder does not mean you also cut yourself, and just because you may cut yourself, does not mean you also suffer from an eating disorder

from BuzzFeed

12 Things People Don't Understand About Eating Disorders

12 Things People Don't Understand About Eating Disorders Recovery is possible.

HAPPY NATIONAL EATING DISORDER AWARENESS WEEK, EVERYONE! :) ‎- Approximately 1 in 200 people have either anorexia or bulimia. 10% of these cases are males. - Eating disorders are DISEASES not DIETS. - Anorexia will kill as many as 1 in 5 of its victims. - Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness.