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PROBLÉM S BOHATÝMI DĚTMI Překvapivě jsou děti bohatých rodičů více zoufalé než jejich vrstevníci. Statistiky ukazují na znepokojivě vysokou míru užívání návykových látek, deprese, úzkosti, poruchy příjmu potravy, podvádění a krádeže u dětí z bohatých rodin. V čem je problém bohatých dětí?

Román populární finské spisovatelky je originálním a nekompromisním pohledem na poruchy příjmu potravy, bulimii i anorexii zároveň, jejichž hranice je často tak nezřetelné… Mladá Anna vlastně trpí oběma chorobami. Dílo je zároveň sondou do duše člověka, který váhá mezi dvěma nemoceni stejně jako mezi svými dvěma identitami.

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I Eating disorders aren't just deadly thin people in hospitals. An eating disorder doesn't gaurantee that you'll become emaciated or even lose weight at all-Eating disorders are mental illnesses- Eating disorders are not all about being skinny, they can be invisible, eating disorders can go unrecognized and undiagnosed-eating disorders can happen to people at any weight

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Eating Disorder Recovery (yes-butno: Anorexia and bulimia are not the only...)

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untergewicht: Because that’s how Eating Disorders work-I want to make it clear that this image is about eating disorders-there is nothing cute or funny about this picture-eating disorders are not funny-self hatred isn't funny-insecurity isn't funny

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Your body is not the enemy your disorder is. #edrecovery #freespo

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od Emily Fonnesbeck, RD

Setting Healthy Boundaries in Eating Disorder Recovery

Setting Healthy Boundaries in Eating Disorder Recovery — Emily Fonnesbeck, RD It seems that in terms of health and fitness, a common belief is that strength and self-improvement comes from eating a certain way, sticking to a diet or pushing through the pain in exercise. I don’t believe it. I feel that true strength and self-improvement comes from being true to yourself and respecting yourself enough to avoid the demoralizing world of weight, body shape and diet obsession.

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Binge-eating disorder is a serious eating disorder in which you frequently consume unusually large amounts of food.

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