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  1. Hope, Help, and Healing for Eating Disorders: A New Approach to Treating Anorexia, Bulimia, and Overeating by Gregory L. Jantz, 2002-10-15
  2. Epiphany and Her Friends: Intuitive Realizations That Have Changed Women's Lives by Jo Ann Brown-Scott, 2007-07-16
  3. Starving Souls: A Spiritual Guide to Understanding Eating Disorders -Anorexia, Bulimia, Binging… by Rabbi Dovid Goldwasser, 2010-02-03
  4. Male Bulimia: My Dark Demon by Scott Simon, 2006-04-03
  5. Wiping Away The Crumbs: My Road To Recovery From Bulimia by Kat Redant, 2009-01-22
  6. Sensing the Self: Women's Recovery from Bulimia by Sheila M. Reindl, 2002-10-15
  7. When Dieting Becomes Dangerous: A Guide to Understanding and Treating Anorexia and Bulimia by Deborah M. Michel, Susan G. Willard, 2002-01-01
  8. Bulimia: A Systems Approach to Treatment (A Norton professional book) by Maria P. P. Root, Patricia Fallon, et all 1986-05
  9. Handbook of Psychotherapy for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
  10. The Family Approach to Eating Disorders: Assessment and Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia by Walter Vandereycken, Elly Kog, 1989-02
  11. Talking to Eating Disorders: Simple Ways to Support Someone With Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating, Or Body Image Issues by Ph.D., Jeanne Albronda Heaton, Claudia J. Strauss, 2005-07-05
  12. Overcoming Your Eating Disorders: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating Disorder Workbook (Treatments That Work) by Robin F. Apple, W. Stewart Agras, 2007-09-10
  13. Bulimia Nervosa: A Cognitive Therapy Programme for Clients by Myra Cooper, Gillian Todd, et all 2000-09-21
  14. The Monster Within: Overcoming Bulimia by Cynthia Rowland, 1985-01

61. - Bulimia Nervosa
2 This fact sheet focuses on bulimia nervosa and contains information that should help clarify what it is, as well as make suggestions on what to do if
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Introduction Causes of Bulimia Nervosa Common Symptoms Signs and Signals ... References Introduction Many women face body image issues at some point throughout their lives. This is a normal part of development and is often influenced by friends, family, romantic partners, society, and the media. In addition, many women are or have been on a diet and try to control their weight in a variety of ways. Eating disorders have beome common in America - over 7 million people have them. More than ninety percent of those with eating disorders are women. Furthermore, the number of American women affected by eating disorders has doubled to at least five million in the past three decades. They are a critical health issue facing young women today.

62. Bulimia Eating Disorders - Bulimia Nervosa Eating Disorders
bulimia Eating Disorders healing information. bulimia nervosa and eating disorders are often caused from childhood abuse. Eating disorders and bulimia

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Joshua Childrens Foundation Created for purpose of assisting victims of sexual child abuse.
A VERY HIGH percentage of persons with BULIMIA and EATING DISORDERS, Alcoholism,
and addictions have been sexually abused as children. We are here
to assist Both ADULTS and CHILDREN who have
suffered from sexual child abuse. We also provide links to
education and information for prevention of sexual child abuse.
On this website you will find:
  • Healing Information for victims of sexual child abuse.
  • Sex Offender Lists
  • Educational Sources and Information for prevention of sexual child abuse and the signs to look for if sexual child abuse may be occuring to someone you care about Victims of sexual child abuse most often develop "coping mechanisms" to survive the memories of the abuse. Among the MANY coping (and not coping so well) mechanisms are the ones listed below:
  • Compulsive Eating Disorder
  • Eating Disorders
  • Bulimia
  • Bulimia Nervosa Eating Disorder
  • Binge Eating Disorders
  • Anorexia
  • Alcoholism
  • Drug Addiction
  • Suicide Attempts
  • Gambling Below are helpful links to support groups, information, and reading materials to get started in your recovery:
  • 63. Bulimia Nervosa - Causes And Treatment Of Bulimia Eating Disorder
    bulimia Nervosa Information on Causes and Treatment of bulimia Eating Disorder.

    Information on Bulimia Nervosa, Causes, Consequences and Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa
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    What is bulimia?
    Bulimia nervosa, or simply bulimia, is an eating disorder. People with bulimia consume large amounts of food in a short time (usually less than 2 hours). These food-binges often occur in secret and involve high calorie, high carbohydrate foods that can be eaten quickly, like ice cream, doughnuts, candy, popcorn, and cookies. After these binge episodes, most bulimics (80-90 per cent) 'purge' their bodies of the excess calories by vomiting, abuse of laxatives or diuretics. A smaller number of bulimia sufferers resort to other methods of eliminating these excess calories, like extreme exercise or fasting. A few bulimics use a combination of purging and non-purging methods. Those who resort to extreme fasting-bingeing-vomiting may be suffering from both anorexia as well as bulimia. This is a particularly hazardous combination of eating disorders. The use of vomiting by bulimics can easily become addictive. Although in the first instance they may have done it to get rid of excess food calories, it soon becomes a form of security. They are afraid to stop because they fear their eating habits are out of control and without the use of vomiting they fear they will become grossly overweight.

    64. Eating Disorders: Coping With Bulimia
    There can be many serious repercussions to repetitive bulimic behavior (e.g.. tooth decay, gum disease, malnutrition, digestive problems, and electrolyte
    Diana K. Weiss, Ph.D.
    Melissa was a bright, attractive, popular teenager with everything going for her. People didn't know she secretly ate huge amounts of food, and vomited it wherever she could: the toilet at home or friend's houses; the garbage disposal; paper bags she would throw out of her car; and even bathrooms in all-you-can-eat restaurants. Her heart dropped when her boyfriend told her that he knew she was overeating and vomiting. He insisted she see a psychologist on campus immediately. She reluctantly agreed, and soon began to understand what was happening to her....
    Bulimia Nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by:
    • Recurrent binge eating (eating a much larger amount of food than most individuals would eat under similar circumstances);
    • Recurrent purging behavior (self-induced vomiting, misuse of laxatives, diuretics, enemas, fasting, and/or excessive exercise);
    • Bingeing and purging behavior both occur at least twice a week for 3 months;
    • Extreme preoccupation with body appearance and weight.

    65. Real Recovery From Bulimia & Binge Eating
    Sharing the miracle guidance that enabled me to recover easily from 14 years of severe bulimia.
    Sharing the miracle guidance that enabled me to recover easily from 14 years of severe bulimia
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      This man and his approach saved my life! I fully recovered from bulimia, and I now have tools to manage depression, anxiety, panic, rage, and fear.
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      This is basically a FREE online coach if you want to begin learning and changing on your own. It's got lessons and homework - just what you need. Check out the ADULTS' TOOL BOX with critical lessons like Tools for Personal Growth, Tools for Anger Work-Out, Tools for Handling Control Issues, and Tools for Relationships . If I were to design an online coach for any type of recovery, THIS WOULD BE IT! Laurie Daily
      I don't know how I forgot to post Laurie here! I know Laurie personally, and she is an incredibly beautiful soul. After recovering from her own battle with bulimia, Laurie went on to spread the word of recovery through speaking, singing, and coaching. She used to work at Gurze Publishing (, but she now oversees her own LOW-COST transitional living house for women overcoming eating disorders. Please check out her personal site and her special recovery home -, Heather
      Heather recovered from 16 years of bulimia, and now she's a professional coach. I'm really enjoying reading her blog. She found her heart first and recovery came right afterward. That's how I recovered, too. Check her out!

    66. Risk Factor: Bulimia
    Risk Factor bulimia. LISTS. Name, Occupation, Birth, Death, Known for. Paula Abdul. Singer. 19Jun-1962, 1980s pop star. Maria Conchita Alonso. Actor
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    67. Deep Into Sleep  (July-August 2005)
    A Culture of “Sleep bulimia”. Imagine going on a camping trip without . We live in a world of sleep bulimia, where we binge on weekends and purge during
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    Deep into Sleep
    While researchers probe sleep's functions, sleep itself is becoming a lost art.
    by Craig Lambert
    Not long ago, a psychiatrist in private practice telephoned associate professor of psychiatry Robert Stickgold, a cognitive neuroscientist specializing in sleep research. He asked whether Stickgold knew of any reason not to prescribe modafinil, a new wakefulness-promoting drug, to a Harvard undergraduate facing a lot of academic work in exam period. does Sidebars Unsound Sleep
    Freud's Guesswork on Dreams

    whether sleep does something, but exactly what it does. Lack of sleep may be related to obesity, diabetes, immune-system dysfunction, and many illnesses, as well as to safety issues such as car accidents and medical errors, plus impaired job performance and productivity in many other activities. Imagine going on a camping trip Homo sapiens much sleep, but

    68. Bulimia Nervosa, ED-1003-2001
    Angell bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by binging and purging behaviors. Some common behaviors may include the use of selfinduced.
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    Eating Disorders Awareness: Bulimia Nervosa
    Deborah L. Angell There are two types of bulimia nervosa, purging type and non-purging type. The common behaviors of the purging type include the use of self-induced vomiting, laxatives, and diuretics. Non-purging bulimics use other compensatory behaviors including fasting and excessive exercise to prevent weight gain. The causes of bulimia nervosa are unclear. It is known that pressure to conform to a cultural ideal of thinness influences abnormal dieting behavior and low self-esteem can result from being unable to achieve this ideal. The self-image of a person with bulimia nervosa is closely connected to their weight and they pay a great deal of attention to how they look. The beginning of bulimia nervosa often follows dieting behaviors that begin during adolescence. Very low calorie diets often promote binge eating due to being deprived of not only fuel but pleasurable foods. This is followed by intense feelings of guilt for losing control of eating. Guilt may be accompanied by mood swings and is relieved by purging the calories from the body. When this behavior is repeated, a cycle of binging and purging begins. Times of emotional stress can worsen the binge/purge cycle. This cycle can occur occasionally or several times a day. As bulimia nervosa progresses, a person adjusts their lifestyle to accommodate their behaviors. A person with bulimia nervosa will become very secretive about eating to protect their habit. These lifestyle changes cause feelings of isolation, self-deprecating thoughts, depression, and continued decline of self-esteem. A person with bulimia nervosa realizes they are engaging in abnormal behavior. In fact, they spend a great deal of time planning and carrying out binge/purge behaviors in secret so others are unaware. This is unlike anorexics who are often unaware of their disorder.

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    70. Bulimia Home Page
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    71. Bulimia Author
    Recovering bulimic and author – bulimia sufferer for over 23 years offers help to others struggling with eating disorders, and information to friends,
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    /* You may give each page an identifying name, server, and channel on the next lines. */var pageName = "Bulimia";/**** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE! ****/var code = ' '; Bulimia Website of Jocelyn Golden - Recovering Bulimic, Author and Speaker on Bulimia. "Learning To Be Me" the book is available at Gurze books (both online and through their catalog) and all good online book retailers. It tells the story of my battle with this horrific disease Bulimia with complete honesty and openness. I wrote this book to spare others the journey I have taken. If you are a sufferer, parent, spouse, or friend, this book will help you to understand the many facets of this disease and how false and destructive its promises are. I hope this will help you find your path to recovery or help you understand and be compassionate towards another who is suffering. My twenty-three year battle will not have been in vain if I can educate and give hope to others and save them from the physical and emotional pain this disease brings.

    72. Mother, Daughter Pen Book About Bulimia - Family And Health -
    In Distorted How a Mother and Daughter Unraveled the Truth, the Lies, and the Realities of an Eating Disorder, Lorri Benson and daughter Taryn take turns
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    Mother, daughter pen book about bulimia
    Each offers her own unique perspective on teen’s eating disorder
    TODAY In "Distorted: How a Mother and Daughter Unraveled the Truth, the Lies, and the Realities of an Eating Disorder," Lorri Benson and daughter Taryn take turns chronicling their different perceptions of events once Taryn was deep in the throes of a full-blown eating disorder. Read an excerpt: Chapter One
    You know the story. We were the lucky ones, the happy family: two parents crazy about each other, three great kids, a blessed life. We had just built a lovely home in a terrific neighborhood in a gorgeous Florida coastline city — nothing wrong with this picture. I often told myself that if we just did everything right, if we gave our girls the right balance of love, respect, and discipline, we might get through the tough teen years without incident. Even so, there was a part of me deep inside that was waiting for the shoe to drop; a part that knew, someday, we'd have some big obstacle to face. After all, life is never perfect. I remember worrying something might happen to my husband, Steve, or one of the girls might have a terrible accident. Every now and then, I'd think, It can always be this great ... something will happen ... what will it be for us? We can be this happy, this fortunate. I was right.

    73. Bulimia Nervosa, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
    Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center discusses bulimia nervosa.
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    What is bulimia nervosa?
    Bulimia nervosa, usually referred to as bulimia, is defined as uncontrolled episodes of overeating (binge eating) in addition to purging through misuse of laxatives, enemas, medications that cause increased production of urine, self-induced vomiting, fasting, or excessive exercise. Binge eating, in this situation, is defined as eating much larger amounts of food than would normally be consumed within a short period of time (usually less than two hours). Eating binges occur at least twice a week for three months and may occur as often as several times a day and is accompanied by unhappiness with an individual's body shape and weight.
    What causes bulimia?
    The cause of bulimia is not known. Factors believed to contribute to the development of bulimia include cultural ideals and social attitudes toward body appearance, self-valuation based on body weight and shape, and family problems. People who develop bulimia are more likely to come from families with a history of eating disorders and other mental health problems, such as mood disorders or substance abuse. Mood disorders and substance abuse are also commonly found in teens with bulimia nervosa.

    74. Psychology Today's Diagnosis Dictionary: Bulimia Nervosa
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      Unlike anorexia, people with bulimia can maintain a normal weight for their age. But like people with anorexia, they often fear gaining weight, want desperately to lose weight, and are intensely unhappy with their body size and shape, which may explain why bulimic behavior often takes place in secret. The binging and purging cycle usually repeats several times a week. As with anorexia, people with bulimia often have coexisting psychological illnesses, such as depression and anxiety, and substance abuse problems. Many physical dysfunctions result from the purging, including electrolyte imbalances, gastrointestinal troubles, and dental problems. An estimated 1 to 4 percent of females have bulimia nervosa during their lifetime. Most cases begin in the late teens and early 20s, but can go undetected until the 30s or 40s. Symptoms
      • A feeling that one cannot stop eating or control what or how much one eats.

    75. Katharine McPhee's Bulimia Battle - Katharine McPhee :
    The singer had an out of control eating disorder – but says American Idol saved my life,,1206750,00.html
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    By Ericka S³uter and Monica Rizzo Originally posted Thursday June 22, 2006 08:00 AM EDT Katharine McPhee Photo by: Mark Liddell tiiQuigoWriteAd(757767, 1348006, 180, 240, -1); American Idol' s Simon Cowell called runner-up Katharine McPhee's voice "the best of the competition." What hardly anyone knew, however, was that she'd risked destroying that voice: She'd struggled with bulimia for five years, and the self-induced vomiting could have taken away her ability to sing.
    At her worst point, she was throwing up as many as seven times a day, which is like "putting a sledgehammer to your vocal cords," she tells PEOPLE in its new issue.
    Finally, after successfully auditioning for

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