Eating Disorders Don't End In The Teens - HER Daily Dose

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In an age when 50 is the new 30 and 70 is the new 50, older women feel just as much pressure from society to stay thin. And what we don't realize is disordered eating continues well into older adulthood.

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"I had no outstanding family position and felt as if I had no outstanding trait among my peers. I was in competition with them to be thin, smart, popular. This was the beginning of my anorexia."

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