How Adults Hide Eating Disorders In Plain Sight

May 15, 2019  |  
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Making all socializing active

If you have a friend whom you notice only wants to do something active when you get together—like go for a jog, do the rock climbing wall at the gym, go to a fitness class, or go for a power walk—she may suffer from an eating disorder. It’s normal to do these things sometimes with friends, but if your friend becomes very nervous at the idea of just sitting down for a meal and pushes to do something active, she may suffer from an eating disorder.

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