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Beating Your Eating Disorder: A Cognitive-Behavioral by Glenn Waller, Victoria Mountford, Rachel Lawson, Emma Gray,

By Glenn Waller, Victoria Mountford, Rachel Lawson, Emma Gray, Helen Cordery, Hendrik Hinrichsen

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If you were not concerned about your eating, you would not be reading this book. But do you really have a problem that needs help? Go back to Questionnaire 1a (Chapter 1). If your answers confirm your suspicions that you have a problem with your eating, then read on. To help you with your understanding of eating disorders, there are a number of definitions that it is useful to clarify and a number of myths that it is useful to dispel, so let’s start there. Some important definitions Diagnosis. When people think about eating disorders among adults, they usually think of either anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa.

Objective bingeing 19 20 Section 2: For the sufferer involves the consumption of a very large amount of food (definitely more than others would eat over that space of time). For example, many people binge on 2000–4000 kilocalories1 in a single sitting, usually in private. , maybe a single biscuit or a normal meal), while still feeling out of control. , restricting food, vomiting, exercising). Therefore, we do not treat either form of bingeing as more important, but they will obviously have different effects on issues such as weight gain.

3 Problems Goals used bulimic behaviors for many years, and the goals that she was able to identify that would help her feel that she had overcome the problems. 3). • Start with the problems in the left hand column, and then start to fill in the goals that you would need to achieve to overcome them. • Leave lots of space in the right hand column for each of the problems in the left hand column, so that you can add in new goals when you come to see them. , not “Going out more”, but “Going out with friends at least twice a week”), so that you can identify clearly at a later stage whether you have been able to achieve them or not.

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