Your child has an eating disorder, and perhaps they’ve come to ask for your help. Or maybe not. Read on for advice on helping your child overcome their illness.Read More
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You may have the magical idea that the eating disorder won’t follow you to school. There’s no such thing as magic, but
Your child has an eating disorder, and perhaps they’ve come to ask for your help. Or maybe not. Read on for advice
Before you flip open the next bestseller, take a moment to think about how the material may affect you.
The team at the Columbia Center for Eating Disorders is dedicated to community outreach and was appreciative of the opportunity to speak