Tag Archives: Self-esteem

Dieting or anorexia

Millions of women seem to be on a perpetual diet, so what is the difference between somebody on a diet and someone who has anorexia.  The answer is that often there is little difference. The issue here is not of … Continue reading

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Many ‘therapies’ exacerbate the problem

At the root of every eating disorder is a faulty belief system. The sufferer really believes that he or she is worthless. This belief leads to a constant stream of negative thoughts about oneself. This is the real addiction – … Continue reading

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Feeling joy

Yes you can feel joy! I too once believed that this was an impossible experience for me. For anybody in the throes of an eating disorder and any type of depression, this is the case. That is because fear has taken over and we are concerned … Continue reading

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Childhood

Parents are able to teach their children only what they themselves believe to be true. Parents with low self esteem are usually concerned with what others think of them more than what they think of themselves. This is passed on … Continue reading

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