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An Eating Disorder in the Bedroom; Supporting a Spouse with an Eating Disorder

Written by Elizabeth Bloomfield-Deal, MA, PLPC The effect of eating disorders on partners and loved ones has not received much attention in the form of empirical research.  However, the sheer nature of an eating disorder can be extremely difficult to understand and accept.  Watching someone you love deprive themselves of food and care or cause … Read More

What Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Assumes About You

That’s right, we don’t even know you and already we are jumping to conclusions. But before you dismiss this post, please read on. Individuals with eating disorders have often experienced many different treatments across different levels of care, which may lead to feelings of hopelessness and self-blame. Thoughts such as “I’m never going to get … Read More