Myths about Eating Disorders




Dr. Paula Levine, Psychologist and Founding Director of the Miami Counseling Resource Center, says one misconception about eating disorders is that some people are going to get better and they are going to learn how to eat properly.

“Anorexics are dragged by the hair by their parents when they finally notice them, which is often too late,” she explains.

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