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Eating disorders do not happen by a choice and are among the most misunderstood mental illnesses. Generally, people think that individual suffering from it are ‘vain’ or the ones suffering from it want to look thin. But in reality, eating disorders happen owing to a combination of genetic and environmental factors.
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is on through Saturday and acts as the best time to unveil information on the same that people struggling with eating disorders must know.
Being in doubt or having pessimistic thoughts about complete recovery is a common thing being faced by people struggling with eating disorders. It has been suggested that people should not be stuck in the state of partial recovery.
If a person with eating disorder has made a progress in certain areas then he should continue to work on rule out rigid rules and fears and compensatory behaviors. Experts have affirmed that having even a minute though of eating disorder may prevent you from finding the complete happiness.
Another important thing is denial of the severity of the illness. Eating disorder patient may get thoughts that he is not sick enough to recover. But the person needs to understand that if he is not technically underweight then there is a scope of recovery.
A person suffering from an eating disorder should keel treatment and to be able to work towards recovery. Lastly, please keep in mind that it is completely possible to get rid of an eating disorder. Road to complete recovery is not easy and there is a need to maintain patience and continuous efforts and then the aim shall be accomplished.
When a person is in depths of eating disorder then it is quite difficult to imagine a life free from the obsessive thoughts. But with hard work, commitment and outside support, full recovery is 100% possible.