Urgent Breaking News – Be Forewarned of The Five (5) Dangerous Eating Disorders
Quote: ‘Gluttony is an emotional escape, a sign something is eating us.’
~Peter De Vries
May I start this article with this simple stipulation! When a house is built all the steps of the process Current events have to be considered before construction starts. Otherwise you could wind up installing the doors and then finding out the refrigerator won’t fit the through them.
Similarly your health plans have to be considered together as a whole instead of one piece at a time. Therefore, at this stage we are only highlighting the ill effects of eating disorder! More to come but in the meantime, let’s focus on the above.
These five disorder is highly dangerous although in different degrees of severity What you are about to read you will be shell-shocked. On face value they may be common to all types of eating problems. But believe it or not, these essential elements do and certainly constitute acute obsession.
Now, however, if we want to understand eating disorder and the way they work for a woman in severe conflict about mother-separation and mother-surpassing. Then we have to translate these obsessive preoccupations into their original meaning.
Let’s scroll down and see for ourselves what the first and foremost dangerous eating disorder is. OK? Thanks!
Dangerous Eating Disorder No. 1: Eating obsession food has taken the place of the mother.
Listen! I must stress without doubts that at the most general level we can say that in an eating obsession food has taken the place of the mother. We are now in a position to understand this symbolic equation since we have seen how the mother was, to the small infant, inseparable from food.
Dangerous Eating Disorder No. 2: Fear of appetite with a woman’s fear of her needs Consider this scenario! Study this statement carefully. Inevitably, then, given the filial story we have just uncovered, we would associate the fear of appetite with a woman’s fear of her needs in general. But more specifically with the rage that comes to expression through the mouth.
For the woman in the grips of an obsessive need to eat, fear of hunger is a fear of experiencing the hidden violence in the mother/daughter bond.
The next disorder is really critical! Hear me out, I promise you, it will be worth it. Ok?
Dangerous Eating Disorder No. 3. Dread of enacting the rage that comes to expression through her hunger.
Okay, before you get your knickers all twisted into knots, stop, take a deep breath, and reflect
seriously on this disorder number three. In truth, we can now see that the woman’s dread of eating is the form through which she experiences her dread of enacting the rage that comes to expression through her hunger.
This equation also would seem easy to understand because the infant’s early oral aggression was expressed during the act of eating both in fantasy and in the reality of infantile sucking and biting at the mother’s breast.
By the way, let’s pause here for a moment. Can you answer this simple question before we proceed? Are you getting into this, or it is rubbing you the wrong way? If you are not, can we proceed to disorder number four? Agreed?
Dangerous Eating Disorder No. 4: Sense of shame the woman feels about her eating which drives her to eat in secret