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    momcaresforu
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    momcaresforu posted:
    Hi, My 16 year old son told me he has bulimia last night. One of his friends convinced him to tell me and I'm glad he did. But now I don't know what to do! I am reading everything I can about bulimia so I can help. Has anyone been to cognitive behavioral therapy? If so, did it help?
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    Bunnychic responded:
    1. Biggest problem is Bingeing. Get rid of all junk food do he can't binge and mo binge means no purge. 2. Offer therapy, leave it totally up to him 3. Try to be there or him as much as you can.

    That's all I got, I'm slight bulimic/anorexic but that's what I'd like. Then again I'm a 14 year old girl so...


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