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How could i anonymously get self help for bulimia nervosa?

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Dr. Kevin Passer
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: It's difficult

While i understand there is a stigma toward mental illnesses, part of "recovery" starts with being open and honest about one's condition.
People are just human and have human problems. I think, the most effective approach is to let one's loved ones know what we are experiencing in our lives and then, move forward with a comprensive approach. In the case of eating disorders, seek family support.

In brief: It's difficult

While i understand there is a stigma toward mental illnesses, part of "recovery" starts with being open and honest about one's condition.
People are just human and have human problems. I think, the most effective approach is to let one's loved ones know what we are experiencing in our lives and then, move forward with a comprensive approach. In the case of eating disorders, seek family support.
Dr. Kevin Passer
Dr. Kevin Passer
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Dr. Thomas Heston
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Social Media

You might also try getting support through online support groups, but getting help from friends and family very important.
Your physician must maintain confidentiality so get a medical evaluation.

In brief: Social Media

You might also try getting support through online support groups, but getting help from friends and family very important.
Your physician must maintain confidentiality so get a medical evaluation.
Dr. Thomas Heston
Dr. Thomas Heston
Thank
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