As far as feeling bad you are very pretty and have a very nice body... there’s no objective reason to be fretting. So if it’s all bothering you -yeah see someone 🤷♀️😊
I think disordered eating has more to do with the mental aspect instead of the actual eating habits. Like you said, someone could be eating only one or two meals daily, or do intermittent fasting, and not necessarily have an eating disorder.
Right exactly. Sorry for the typos in beginning meant to go back but forgot 😊You can be dust kisses with an eating dueyder just by living in a differnt country.You can be diagnosed with an eating disorder just by living in the wrong country. The United States loves to saddle people with eating Disorder diagnosis. Im always shocked how lot the other countries seem bothered by things that make drs hysterical here.. it’s bc it’s a very lucrative disorder... Lots of funding. I think help shouud be there for those who want it. However, I don’t believe in jailing people who are not seeking treatment... In that case I think the money Would be better didn’t in people who want food but can’t afford it. Anyhow I wish you well. 🌸
Yeah lol, deliberately skip one meal and congrats u have anorexia now >.<
Could you elaborate on the last part?
If one loses his/her ability to consciously consider and control what they are eating, THEN it's a problem in my book. In the medical world, a "problem" is increasingly called a "disorder". Just as once someone can't control their alcohol consumption THEN that is a problem. Then they have a drug disorder, addiction or alcoholism, etc. A good book to read is "Stop Gaining Weight: Three 'no nonsense' steps to no more pounds" by Dr. Laura Pawlak. It looks at the function of eating from a psychological view. And, even if someone is trying to GAIN weight, the book could help insofaras is does deal with the reasons WHY we eat. Hint: For energy to run our body is rather low on the list!Hope this helps a bit.
What if someone is too controlling to an obsessive level?
According to a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with whom I've just checked, that would be an OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), because the person is OVER-focused on the food control. Ideally, one would have an even balance of pleasurable eating in a health, responsible manner. In either case- not controlling food intake at ALL, or OVER-controlling it- they would BOTH be eating disorders.
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They sound the same but they aren't necessarily the same.Not everyone who gets into starving or fad diets or binging has a diagnosable disease like anorexia.