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Unformatted text preview: center in regards to their optimum idea of a desired weight, this will cause them to delude reality and continually remain immovable in their insatiable pursuit of weight loss. Donatelle (2008) cites that psychological, environmental, social and physiological factors can all be attributed to the development of eating disorders (p. 315). With anorexia, it seems that one's environmental, psychological and social aspects are more prevalent factors relative to the development of this eating disorder. I have concluded that a person suffering from anorexia is typically distorted, psychologically, by their desire to make their bodies look better, based on often-exaggerated social standards that they believe should be appeased. References: Donatelle, R. (2009). Health: The Basics (8th ed.). San Francisco, California: Pearson Benjamin Cummings....
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