Red flag ahead!
Women with eating disorders are not only damaging themselves, but damaging to any men who choose get into a relationship with them.
Women who are trying to starve themselves, or nearly starve themselves, are also in the majority of cases depressed or exhibit obsessive-compulsive disorders.
There are a few types of eating disorders, and here they are:
- anorexia nervosa
- bulimia nervosa
- binge eating disorder
A woman who starves herself, with only a minimal eating, has anorexia nervosa. With it her weight drops rapidly. It’s an extremely harmful act on her own body, a form of sabotage.
A man, meanwhile, who has an eating disorder has just one: He eats too much— specifically, carbs and sugar.
In short, women with eating disorders like anorexia nervosa are mentally ill on some level. From bulimia.com: “Anorexia nervosa is classified as a mental illness.”
Q: Did you know? The most common eating disorder is Binge Eating Disorder.
Q: Did you know? 95% of eating disorders in females occur between the ages of 12 and 25.5.