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Eating Disorders

  1. Do you want to become (or remain) slender and lean, or "slimmer" than you are now.
  2. Do you feel that without dietary controls, which require much self-denial and effort, you would become very fat?
  3. Are you tense or anxious about controlling your eating and weight?
  4. Is your self-esteem affected by the extent to which you maintain control over your diet and weight?

According Susan Kano in Making Peace with Food (Copyright 1989), answering "yes" to all of these questions, an individual is suffering from an eating disorder.

Cedar Tree Counseling guides individual's who are struggling with their weight and body image issues including health living, exercise, nutrition, medical issues with an individual's doctor, etc. Call to schedule an assessment today.