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Books in WITT Library
100 Questions and Answers about Eating Disorders by
Call Number: 616.8526 COS
Approximately 3 percent of all females suffer from anorexia and up to 4 percent suffer from bulimia in their lifetimes. Whether you're a newly diagnosed patient with an eating disorder, or are a friend or relative of someone suffering from an eating disorder, this book offers help. The only text available to provide both the doctor's and patient's views, 100 Questions & Answers About Eating Disorders gives you authoritative, practical answers to your questions.
Anorexia & bulimia : the hungry heart : New Zealand women talk ... by
Call Number: 616.852600922 ANO
Anorexia and bulimia ensnare their victims in a private hell. Although we accept dieting as part of our popular culture, there is a general lack of understanding for those who cross the boundaries into the extremes of starvation and bingeing.
Anorexia & bulimia : the hungry hear tells the stories of New Zealand women who have battled the self-destructive and overpowering impulses that fuel their eating disorders.
Eating Disorders by
Call Number: 616.8526 BRY
Eating difficulties in childhood and adolescence are one of the most common causes of concern to parents. In the last few years there has been increasing awareness of such problems, and some evidence that they are becoming more frequent. This book is designed to help all parents who have anxieties about their children's eating. It presents an overview of the eating problems and disorders of childhood and adolescence, discussing what is known of their cause, and describing their manifestation, course and outcome. Although designed primarily for parents, the book may also be of value to anyone who has contact with such children and their problems.
Eating Disorder Recovery Handbook by
Call Number: 616.8526 DAV
This empathetic handbook has been created for people affected by any form of disordered eating. Thoughtfully compiled by experienced authors, it will be a comprehensive guide through every stage of your recovery, from recognising and understanding your disorder and learning fully about treatment, to self-help tools and practical advice for maintaining recovery and looking to the future. Each chapter includes suggested objectives, tasks and reflections which are designed to help you think about, engage with, and express your thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It will encourage you to process the discoveries you make about yourself for positive and long-lasting change. Encouraging quotes are included throughout from people who have walked this path and found the help they needed to overcome their own disordered eating. You are not alone on this journey