It's definitely possible here are the symptoms to keep an eye out for
Signs of Anorexia include:
If a friend has anorexia, firstly do not try and make them eat. It will make them worse, if they want to eat they will. Ask your friend if they have told anybody else (if signs of their anorexia are not showing) and if they have, ask them if they had spoken to a professional about getting help and support. You really do need to push your friend into getting help. He/she will be less likely to succeed knowing that they are not getting full support from their family and friends.
It is possible there is a bit of jealousy going on with you towards your friend as you had no right to question the new friend as to whether she really was your friend's friend or not. Keep out of it and let your friend find out for herself.
bad hearing or they are interested in what you are saying, or they like you and wanna be closer to you. or if its a friend, they are proud that you finally said something that makes sense
What makes people change towards the other is simply the wrong attitude. It is possible the friend has started displaying a negative attitude.
Tell them that they'll slowly become weaker and weaker and will eventually collapse or have a heart attack and die. They got to know that Anorexia is a disease, once you reach Anorexia it's very hard to turn back. I mean once you get there, you will get help from parents and medical care, but the anorexia will be playing your mind. Just keep an eye out for them or tell their parents what your friend is wanting to do so that friend can get help immediately. I'm a recovered anorexic.
Because jealousy makes people ugly. Because your girlfriend put the seed of doubt in your mind. Perhaps you always loved your friend or, because of your girlfriend's jealousy you are confused and are tired of your girlfriend's accusations and are leaning more towards your friend. Be careful!
Tied Together With A Smile; by the way her friend was battling bulimia
You be as supportive as possible. If the relationship ends, then confess your feelings towards the boy.
The conflict of "Wintergirls" is Lia dealing with her anorexia and the ghost of her ex-best friend.
If you noticed a lack in appetite or she has a significant weight loss, be sure to talk to her about it. Anorexia is serious. Just be a good friend and help her as much as you can.
sorry about that Daniel leaning one that was a Friend not me and the answer is Geoff Hurst
Secret Between Friends - Lifetime Movie
You can help a friend to overcome anorexia by telling them to:Monitoring your eatingChallenging the way you thinkDeveloping assertivenessDealing with anxietyManaging your relationships
Both males and females can suffer with anorexia, but it effects females much more often, so I will tend to use the feminine pronoun she. If a person expresses fear of gaining weight or becoming fat even though she is underweight, this is a possible indication of an eating disorder. If a person refuses to maintain normal body weight, and if her body weight is less than 85% of what it should be, this is a strong sign of anorexia. She may experience herself as overweight or fat, even as you more accurately perceive her as being seriously underweight. She is not fooling or lying; she is having difficulty with her self-perception.Women who suffer with anorexia sometimes engage in binge eating and purging (intentional vomiting or misuse of laxatives, diuretics or enemas). Bingeing and purging are not exclusive to bulimia. Bulimia is also a very serious disorder. You mustn't conclude that if a friend is binge eating and then purging that she cannot have anorexia; she may indeed.If a friend who has begun menstrual cycles tells you that she has missed two or three cycles in a row, do everything you can to get her to her doctor. This is a serious symptom of anorexia and it needs attention right away.
I, personally, would suggest talking to your best friend. Just because she's not lesbian, it doesn't mean she's not bisexual either. Like, don't tell her that you love her, at least not until you know more about her SO and, if bisexual, what side she's more leaning towards.
it can be possible. they could be under stress with making sure there friend is doing okay.
It is possible that my friend stole my pajamas.
If he's racist, find a friend who is not. Most never change.
Tell em offf
maybe he/she is jealous of what you have
being super thin, ending up in the hospital, losing all of your friend and the respect of people, and dying
First, it would help to be reasonably sure that your friend is suffering with anorexia. Are you sure that is what the problem is? If your friend is not seeking help (first and most critically from a medical doctor, and if that's in place, with a therapist as well) then I would gently and constantly remind your friend that professional help is absolutely necessary. I wouldn't let up. You can be gentle, and it doesn't have to be the subject of everything you talk about, but don't let a day go by. Anorexia is potentially life-threatening, and there is help. If your friend refuses to get help then make sure that your friend's parents are aware of your concern, and I'd talk with your friend's teachers or school counselors as well. If people get upset with you, that's not necessarily a bad thing. It will mean that they know there is a serious problem. If your friend is already getting medical and counseling help, the best you can do is just be a friend. Don't accept it when your friend says negative things about her/his body size or appearance. In response, tell your friend the truth as you see it; "you are too light; you need to put weight on; your condition is not healthy. You do not need to lose weight-- you need to put weight on to be healthier." Not to be neglected by you: Please, be aware that your friend is making her/his own decisions. Be a friend, but don't take on an emotional burden that does not belong to you. You are (presumably, from the nature of the question) NOT in charge of your friend's life or responsible for your friend's care or well-being. Telling the truth, and holding reality up to the light of day-- that's what friends do. It is not your job to make yourself sick over this, or to take over your friend's emotional life. Ans) Help your friend recognize her problem. Convince her to take some expert advice and professional help. Also, it is vital for to go under therapy. Anorexia is a problem which is much more than food and weight. Once she goes for anorexia treatment she has high chances to recover from it. You can avail more information about anorexia at: http://www.eatingdisorder.com/anorexia-nervosa-treatment.html .
Yes. It is possible to have swimmingbird as your 3ds friend.
Well anorexia and bulimia aren't contagious, their eating disorders that you get when you think your fat (Even if your not) for anorexia you limit your portions down to almost nothing and lose a lot of weight, for bulimia you do eat food but you vomit it back up shortly after eating it. Both are extremely unhealthy and if you think you have it contact a friend or parent or doctor and get help.
in a way no silvaze is true since shadow and blaze don't really have any romantic feelings towards each other they would only describe each other as a friend