Lying and compulsive behaviors tend to go together for many different reasons. Whether it be to cope with feelings of guilt and shame or societal stigma, there are some behaviors a person struggling with struggling compulsions can do to try and repair trust with loved ones.
Signs and Symptoms of an Eating Disorder
Eating disorders can go unnoticed for years as those suffering from an eating disorder can develop techniques to hiding this part of their lives. The therapists at the Center for Growth can provide you with tips and articles on identifying the signs and symptoms of an eating disorder.
Center for Growth / Addiction Recovery in Philadelphia: The Addictive Family SystemGrowing up a part of a family, it’s easy to believe that how you are raised and what you see in your family is continue reading
Automatic negative thoughts and core beliefs are the two main roots of anxiety and depression. People who suffer from anxiety and depression, usually have a maladaptive thought process that is generalized and highly negative. They continue reading
How common is binge eating disorder? Binge eating disorder is estimated to affect between 1% and 4% of the population. The disorder affects both adolescents and adults. Between one half to two thirds of continue reading
Medical Complications Associated with Bulimia Nervosa: remember always talk to your medical doctor if you or someone in your care has Bulimia Nervosa. Make sure the doctor is informed about the eating disorders. If the continue reading
Critical Weight what does critical weight mean? Critical weight is the minimum weight a person needs to be for their body to maintain a minimal level of health. Critical weight may not be enough for continue reading
Eating Disorder Treatment in Philadelphia - The Eating Disorder Voice The Eating Disorder voice verbally abuses people with Anorexia. They can become extremely nervous when they do not know their exact weight. Anorexia gives its continue reading