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love

Some Good Love’n

What happens to your body when you are in love? Lets start with your heart: 58-66% of men were more likely to experience a cardiac event. 60-65% of women were more likely to experience one as well. These cardiac events were “acute cardiac syndromes” to non fatal and fatal heart attacks. Having a spouse proved […]

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intimacy

Eating Disorders Blog: Physical Intimacy and Anorexia Nervosa

When a woman or man struggles with anorexia nervosa it can have a wide-range of effects on their romantic relationships. Many individuals diagnosed with anorexia are already in relationships, others might have the desire to start new relationships. But without proper treatment, an individual’s anorexia can make it difficult to establish intimacy. How is Intimacy […]

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Despicable Me!

Despicable Me!

I couldn’t do math to save my life, but I love to surprise people, do special things for them, and be there for them through thick and thin. I can engage somebody in a conversation for hours just based off personal experiences in my life, most of which are nothing less then an “I love Lucy episode”

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Love Is Blind, And He’s Pretty Darn Stupid Too

Love Is Blind, And He’s Pretty Darn Stupid Too

I often told myself that the hardest thing I ever had to go through was battling my eating disorder, which is in its entirety has got to be the absolute truth. That being said, holding a very close second to that would be the act of falling in love, and then having the person you have fallen in love with break your heart. When it comes to Love I am what you would call a very late bloomer, in that I was in love with one thing for seventeen years…

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How Eating Disorders Impact Relationships

How Eating Disorders Impact Relationships

Individuals with eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia or compulsive eating disorder often find the emotional demands of interpersonal relationships overwhelming and, as a result, frequently become solitary; shying away from social situations and especially avoiding intimate relationships.  Many people wonder if an individual suffering with an eating disorder can even have what is considered…

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