Eating Disorder

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If you struggle with an eating disorder, you may feel alone or that you will endure this pain forever. Many times, individuals with eating disorders hide their illness from loved ones. When family and friends learn about the eating disorder, their reaction and type of support that they offer may have a negative effect. Sometimes, they do not know how to react to this information. Sometimes the support we seek can hurt us as they simply don’t understand. They try but sometimes they just can’t. Eating disorders are very difficult to manage and overcome on your own. They can be treated with professional help.

Many people are afraid or unwilling to seek treatment for an eating disorder. Let us help you if you are suffering from an Eating Disorder. We know how to help. Often, individuals with eating disorders may also experience other mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, or substance abuse.

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If you’re ready to take the first step in regaining balance in your life, contact us today at (312) 346-5156.

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