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Psychodynamic Views of Eating Disorders the core cause of an eating disorder is found in disturbed parent-child relationships which effect a child’s self esteem and perfectionist thoughts. Their eating disorder is a reason for fulfilling some kind of need such as trying to increase personal success by being on a strict diet or avoiding growing up and not looking like a usual female by shape. Research of Anorexia says that parents of children with anorexia may be unreasonable when the child is hungry or tired which leads to the belief that the children do not learn to identify their needs accordingly and do not become self-reliant.
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Psychodynamic Model for Anorexia Proposed that anorexia is the unconscious desire of a girl to stay a child and not go through puberty. The child is usually over dependent on their parents which makes the child fear sexual maturity and independence. Because children with anorexia have a hard time
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Brooks during the Spring '08 term at Catholic.

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