New definitions for the diet obsessed

May 1998
Mothering;May/Jun98, Issue 88, p50
Provides information on a continuum which evaluates people with unhealthy relationship with food but who does not demonstrate symptoms of eating disorder. Categories of the continuum; Information on Largely Positive, a support group for people with eating disorders, founded by Carol Johnson.


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