Eating disorder

The eating disorder is a complex disease that affects millions of adolescents. It interferes with the ability to do the routine-tasks essential for adult and affects pubertal healthy functioning development.

The condition is widespread in females and interferes with pubertal changes. Issues relating to self-esteem, family separation, social alienation, autonomy must be discussed in order to overcome unhealthy eating habits. Feeling guilty, unnecessary weight gain stress, and adolescent knowledge of body image provokes adolescents to consume food very frequently, causing major health problems.

When coping with stressful life circumstances or intense feelings, people's eating patterns dramatically change. Eating more or less is temporarily relieving loneliness, anger, or sadness, and over time it can affect the ability to perceive an objective self-image and get rid of obsessions, as weight gain and food could dominate their lives. Putting a limit on food is important to keep in track. Identify underlying issues to get rid of eating disorder, cope with mental distress and live a healthier life.

Positive self-care activities are key to healing self-harming emotions. Feeling self-critical won't help or inspire you to heal, rather it will raise negative and ashamed feelings. Exercises on reinforcement can be used to deal with self-critical thoughts. Treatment and rehabilitation from eating disorder can be costly but a solid will power has no replacement. Belief in the ability to succeed, and high self-esteem sets a recuperation direction. If you are a close friend of someone who is dealing with eating disorder and you want to prioritize other people's needs over yours, it can emotionally drain you, so you should first ensure your own well-being and set appropriate boundaries.

It is necessary to avoid a notion that a certain body type, weight or diet plan will lead to fulfillment and satisfaction. Thinness, weight gain, and body fat theories should be questioned because these are disgusting and suggest worthlessness. Professional support can determine the root cause of this kind of thought. To judge yourself and others on the basis of body shape and weight turns on the voices in the mind that it shows a person's personality or character and should be avoided.

Risk Factors

  • Rapid changes in weight
  • Over consciousness about body shape and size
  • Sleeping disorder
  • Social withdrawal
  • Persistent feeling of sadness
  • Perfectionism
  • Low self-confidence
  • Being bullied
  • Peer pressure
  • High expectations from family
  • Genetic factors
  • Calorie counting


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4 Sessions

Total: 180 Mins


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8 Chat/ Audio

(~ $97)

8 Video

(~ $154)

8 Sessions

Total: 360 Mins

The media and marketing world around us sends a message that body image is related to self-esteem and promotes thinness that encourages particularly young people to become aware of their body image and invest money in beauty products to support related businesses. To accept your uniqueness, it's essential to value talent, goals, character, and achievements, embrace the natural diversity of human bodies. One should be grateful to be able to wake up, give birth, dance, and use their body to clean the house.

Parents should look at their children's thoughts, behaviors and attitudes toward their bodies. Self-acceptance habits, healthy eating, and exercise should be nurtured, rather than criticized for their negative perception.

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