Living with Eating Disorders (Teen's Guides)
Living with Eating Disorders (Teen's Guides) By Sheila A. Cooperman, Sara Dulaney Gilbert
Publisher: Fa..cts on Fi..le 2009 | 138 Pages | ISBN: 0816073287 | PDF | 17 MB
In recent years, eating disorders (including the awareness that they are about much more than food) have received widespread attention, and that should make dealing with them easier than it was a few generations ago. But that positive turn toward prevention and treatment can also add to the confusion about these serious illnesses. For instance, when people approach adolescence, their eating patterns may well change, with tastes shifting and intake increasing. As a teen or preteen, your body is changing shape, too. Girls often gain weight around age 10 or 11 (boys a bit later) in preparation for a growth spurt, and kids may seem to sprout like bean vines overnight.filesonicuploadingdepositfiles
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