This is the bulimic
on full-throttle, the endpoint is death amidst food in abundance.
Female college students may also struggle with subclinical bulimic
symptoms (Vohs et al.
In addition, this study was based on an etiologic theory that understood bulimic
symptomatology as a way to manage the distress of body dissatisfaction (Stice & Shaw, 2002).
We found reduced activation in this network in the bulimic
women, and the more often an individual had binge/purge episodes the less responsive was their brain.
Denisoff and Endler (2000) and Shatford and Evans (1986) are among those who have discussed the relationship between stress, general nonspiritual coping styles, and bulimia; researchers have not yet investigated the relationship between stress, spiritual coping styles, and bulimic
It was stress - anxiety about life and a desire to eat without gaining weight that made me anorexic/ bulimic
She said I was bulimic
and was really horrible to me.
They also found that negative affect was associated with both more dieting and more bulimic
But they also believe city life gives people the opportunity to become bulimic
, because it gives them the ability to obtain large amounts of food inconspicuously.
He said he was bulimic
two years ago while the band were on "permanent world tour".
There is plenty here for everyone, actually, as the problems of Annabel's older sisters, especially Whitney, who is bulimic
, are part of the story and affect Annabel's decisions.
In a multivariate analysis, paternal teasing was a significant predictor of body dissatisfaction, eating restriction, bulimic
behavior, low self-esteem, and depression; maternal teasing was a significant predictor of depression.