Conflict resolution with Eating Disorders

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Are you 'allergic' to conflict? Do you rush to 'move on' to a new topic when someone tries to apologize? Do you keep waiting for someone to come to your aid when someone is trying to take advantage of you? Here are some great suggestions for handling those uncomfortable moments.

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"I feel that the fact both of us were having therapy helped us understand each other better and we developed a better way of communicating"

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  • Eat Meals with Family or Friends

    A person who is anxious about eating will feel more comfortable doing so among other people they trust, such as family or friends. This...
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  • Keep a Food Diary

    Keep a food diary of what you eat and when you eat it to help you focus on eating regularly. Also record any episodes of going without ...
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  • Take Regular Exercise

    Studies have shown exercise to have a positive effect on low self-esteem and poor body image, which are widely cited as being contribut...
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  • Be Patient

    Unhealthy relationships with food do not develop overnight, and it can take many months and even years to regain full control over your...
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  • Eat Healthy Foods

    The types of foods we eat are important. We all like to indulge in our favourite foods every once in a while, but we should also eat as...
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