By Myra Cooper
This handbook is written for pros operating with humans soreness with bulimia nervosa and for victims themselves. It presents a framework for realizing what keeps the illness and why it has constructed. additionally, there's a step by step programme to assist restoration. The authors draw on advancements in cognitive concept and on innovation and cognitive th erapy remedy suggestions. They specialise in the hyperlink among pondering and behavior, and provides assistance on studying tips to determine and alter adverse concepts, underlying assumptions and center self ideals. actual info is gifted along a programme of labor sheets, self-assessment questionnaries and case examples from the authors' expert adventure.
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Negative thoughts and concerns • I’m constantly preoccupied by thoughts of how much I weigh. • I’m convinced that if I gain weight other people won’t want to know me. • I avoid weighing myself in case my weight has gone up. • I’m always adding up the calories in everything I eat. • I can’t stop thinking about food and how much I’ve eaten. Other • I’m anxious about the children – how they’re coping with my problem. • I’m worried that my partner doesn’t understand what’s going on. • I feel anxious and depressed.
I will get on better with my housemates – we’ll stop having arguments about food disappearing. • I’ll be able to get closer to my family and friends. • I’ll be able to go to night school to help my career. • I’ll have more self-confidence. WHY CHANGE? 59 Step 2: Fears about changing Having covered advantages, move onto the second column ‘fears’. In this column list all your fears about change considering, as before, all of the problems that you identified in your problem list. Then, as before, consider your health, weight, social life, friendships, career, family and relationships.
Fiona wrote the following: ‘Although I have some fears about what will happen if I stop bingeing and vomiting I am also losing out on many things – relationships, family life, progressing in my job, etc. If I think five years on then life looks very bleak and unrewarding if I don’t tackle the problem now. There are lots of advantages to changing. ’ Step 4: Dealing with fears Like Karen, you have probably identified at least one, if not several, fears about change. It is usually useful to examine these in more detail so that they do not get in the way of your commitment to change.