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21 Signs Some One Has Bulimia Nervosa

If you're worried that a loved one may be suffering from bulimia then it can be important to understand the telltale signs to look out for. In this article we discuss the reasons why it can be so difficult to detect bulimia but also outline some of the more subtle signs.

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Teenage Bulimia - Advice for parents and loved ones

If your teenage daughter or son has bulimia then I’m sure that as a parent you are willing to do anything it takes to understand and support them. In this article we talk about the importance of self education and provide links to some great free resources of education and support.

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How to tell someone you have bulimia

Want to tell someone you have bulimia but don't know how? Or perhaps you've recently told a loved one you have bulimia and it didn't go so well? In this article you'll find two free downloadable guides - one to help you prepare for telling a loved one that you have bulimia and one to help your loved one deal with the news.

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Back in 2006 Ali Kerr confessed to her husband Richard that she suffered from bulimia. Unfortunately inpatient treatment was too expensive and therapy proved ineffective.

Out of desperation they began researching and questioning everything they knew about bulimia.

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The information provided in this website is for information purposes only. The information on this website is NOT a substitute for proper diagnosis, treatment or the provision of advice by an appropriate health professional. Please refer to the full disclaimer and copyright. If you do think you might suffer from an eating disorder, it is important that you talk to your General Practitioner, as there are many physical complications that can arise from being at an unhealthily low weight or from losing weight very quickly, or from purging. We advise you to seek professional help with working on an eating disorder.


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