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Contributing Factors

Dysfunctional family dynamics and confusing or inappropriate patterns of communication can easily emerge, which can leave a child, particularly one predisposed to an eating disorder, feeling insecure, doubtful, and deeply mistrustful. These factors contribute to the development of an eating disorder.

Who is Affected

Eating disorders affect not just the person who has it, but every member of that person’s family because, more often than not, the disorder lives with the family. Eating disorders are often a family affair.

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