Boys Get Anorexia Too

Author: Jenny Langley
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781412920223
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An account of anorexia nervosa in a 12 year old boy and the effect on his family. Provides an account of his treatment and tips for parents on how to manage everyday situations.

Please Eat

Author: Bev Mattocks
Publisher: Anchor Books
ISBN: 9780957511804
Size: 71.99 MB
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Bev Mattocks writes honestly and from the heart about helping her teenage son to overcome anorexia. Like ours, this is another success story of a family working together with friends, school and clinicians to beat this insidious illness.

The Boy Who Loved Apples

Author: Amanda Webster
Publisher: Text Publishing
ISBN: 1921922699
Size: 73.54 MB
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Brave, honest and ultimately uplifting, The Boy Who Loved Apples is a compelling and beautifully written account of life with an eating disorder, and a gritty, moving testament to a mother’s love.

Teenage Guys

Author: Steven Gerali
Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
ISBN: 0310669847
Size: 76.39 MB
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A guy experiences a pubertal shift in his circa- dian rhythms (biological clock), to
prefer later bed times and rise times. A teenage guy should get about nine and
one-half hours of sleep each night. When parents hear this, they ask, “Well, then
why doesn't my son go to bed at a decent hour?” The reason is ANOREXIA IN
GUYS Anorexia is not just a female disorder. Guys can suffer from it, too. One in
10 teenagers with eating disorders who talk with mental health professionals are

Healthy Eating

Author: Susan R. Gregson
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736804202
Size: 66.36 MB
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Tasha has an eating disorder. An eating disorder is an emotional problem with
the way a person thinks about food. This causes people with eating disorders to
misuse food. They either eat too much or too little. An eating disorder can be
extreme dieting. This type of disorder is called anorexia nervosa or anorexia.
Sometimes extreme dieting is combined with too much exercise. Some people
eat large ... can have eating disorders. However, girls are more likely than boys to
have them.

Eating Disorders

Author: Jessica R. Greene
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0810887746
Size: 25.48 MB
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For a lot of body-conscious guys, gay or straight, weightlifting is key to packing on
muscle, reshaping physique, and attaining an ideal masculine image. When
perfectionism and obsessive-compulsive ... Bigorexia, otherwise known as
reverse anorexia, is what leads a guy to believe he still needs to bulk up. This
can accompany a number of disordered and ... Our world is saturated with
images of. Ryan Reconfigures Accepting yourself as you are is part of BOYS GET

Man Up To Eating Disorders

Author: Andrew Walen
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1631920081
Size: 79.45 MB
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There are three sections to Man Up to Eating Disorders, starting with the development of my emotional eating experience, and into my first forays into body loathing and dieting.

The Psychologist

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ZUCKERMAN, E.L. (2005). C/inidoni Thesourus:The Guide to Conducting
Interviews and Writing Psychological Reports (6th edn). Guilford Press. Pb £3
1.00. Pp. 390. PURKIS, J. (2006). finding a Different Kind of Normal:
Misadventures with Asperger Syndrome. Jessica Kingsley. Pb £12.99. Pp. 190.
LANG LEY, J. (2006). Boys Get Anorexia Too: Coping with Male Eating Disorders
in the Family. Paul Chapman. Pb £18.99. Pp. 190. •JONES, F. BURKE, R.J. &
WESTMAN, M. eds2006.

Resiliency Enhancement

Author: Elaine Norman
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231505914
Size: 75.49 MB
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Playing sports enhances self-esteem, sense of belonging, and sense of mastery,
and it can have a positive effect on body image. A white middle-age college
professor recalled the value of sports in her teen years: “I always thought I was
too fat, but it was more important for me to be able to count on my body to be
strong so I could play basketball, so I didn't worry about my weight. ... Also some
studies are finding that smaller numbers of boys do have a problem with eating

Eating Disorders Sourcebook

Author: Joyce Brennfleck Shannon
Publisher: Omnigraphics Incorporated
Size: 23.60 MB
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For instance, there's one class for 75pound boys and another for 80-pound boys.
Wrestlers feel pressure to stay in their weight class, which is called “making
weight.” Eating disorders also may run in families, which means if someone in
your family has one, you might be at risk for developing one, too. A kid may be
more likely to develop an eating disorder if a parent is overly concerned with the
kid's appearance or if the parent isn't comfortable with his or her own body. Can
Somebody ...