Bulimia Nervosa Resources, Support and References
Bulimia Nervosa Support Groups
Individuals with bulimia nervosa are best able to cope with their condition through the help and support of their family and friends. Support groups are important in making bulimic individuals realize there is hope for their condition. It helps bulimic individuals learn to accept and open up their thoughts regarding their condition. It also opens an opportunity for them to listen to other people going through the same problems as theirs and become motivated to seek help and obtain treatment. The following are non-profit organizations that offer help and provide information about bulimia nervosa.
Website on Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders Anonymous
Help Group for eating Disorders.
Eating Disorder Hope
Hope for those with eating disorders
Yahoo Groups for Bulimia
Help Groups for Bulimia
Bulimia Nervosa References
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American Anorexia and Bulimia Association, Inc.
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Bulimia Nervosa Topics
|Anorexia Nervosa – Starvation, Over-Exercise, Laxatives, Diuretics, Warped Body Image|
|Anxiety Disorder NOS – Pathological Fears, Irrational Anxiousness, Stress, Phobias|
|Binge Eating Disorder – Eating Unusual Amount of Food, Depression, Anxiety, Guilty|
|Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – Anxiety, Obsessive, Compulsive Behavior Hidden to Others, Anxiety, Paranoid|
|Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – Nightmares, Insomnia, Sexual Abuse, Irritation, Social Impairment, Problems with Memory and Concentration, Intrusive Memories, Hyper-Vigilance|