The Pro-Anorexia Websites That Are Killing Your Teen

The Pro-Anorexia Websites That Are Killing Your Teen - Anchor Of Promise

It is hard to believe that there are actually websites that encourage anorexia and bulimia.  Sadly, it is true.  The dangers of these websites influence these eating disorders by chat rooms, support groups, and resources on how to stay ultra thin.  To learn more about this issue, click on the post.

Talking to parents about eating disorders and self-harm

Parents – Are you willing to listen when a child has something very heavy on their heart to tell you? Here is a great story to show you that a parent’s love knows no bounds and that being supportive can be a changing factor in the healing process for their child’s life.

Eating Disorders: A Perfect Illusion

From a courageous young woman who has a secret to tell. Not just to her family, but to all parents. Your teen may be in this same position. Truth is the only freedom that will lift the heavy burdens a family carries. I am proud of this friend that she is trying hard to take a step of faith in doing what is right. Please keep her in your prayers and thoughts.

Chew and Spit, Chew and Spit

Chew and Spit, Chew and Spit - Anchor Of Promise
She was only 17 years old but started at eight in learning how to control her weight. With huge issues at home that were beyond her ability to fix, she focused on one thing that she could control – chew and spit.

It only took one comment to set her off and she then became a part of the statistics in eating disorders. Weighing at 105 pounds, that was not enough. Her ideal weight was 70-75 pounds.

Most parents are aware of anorexia and bulimia. But many do not know about CHSP (Chewing and Spitting). The main purpose of CHSP is to eat all you want but never to swallow. It gratifies that taste that a teenager has in wanting those foods, however, they do not want the weight that goes with it. So they secretly do this behavior in their room, a car, or another private area. Simply put, they chew their meal and spit the food particles in a zip-locked bag to be thrown away or hidden for further usage. Continue reading