By Megan Samuels, MSW, LMSW, Outreach Coordinator
Relapse can be a natural part of recovering from an eating disorder. If you are a friend or a loved one of someone who is struggling with an eating disorder relapse; these tips are for you.
1. Be there.
2. Ask them what they need.
3. Encourage them to be honest with their treatment team.
4. Remind them that they are not where they started.
Here are some questions to have your loved one or friend consider or journal on if they are struggling with relapse from an eating disorder:
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The Eating Disorder Center is a premier outpatient eating disorder therapy center founded by Jennifer Rollin. We specialize in helping teens and adults struggling with anorexia, binge eating disorder, bulimia, OSFED, and body image issues. We provide eating disorder therapy in Rockville, MD, easily accessible to individuals in Potomac, North Potomac, Bethesda, Olney, Silver Spring, Germantown, and Washington D.C. We also provide eating disorder therapy in Arlington, Virginia and virtually throughout Virginia. Additionally, we offer eating disorder therapy virtually in New York (NYC), Florida, and California, serving those in cities including Palo Alto, San Francisco, Newport Beach, Los Angeles, Woodland Hills, San Jose, and Beverly Hills. We provide eating disorder recovery coaching via Zoom to people worldwide. Connect with us through our website at www.theeatingdisordercenter.com
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The Eating Disorder Center
We are a premier outpatient eating disorder therapy center in Rockville, Maryland.