The Chive Used Anne Marie Sengillo's Anorexia Recovery Photos In A Piece On 'Amazing' Weight-Loss Transformations

March 25, 2015 8:02 PM

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The Chive Used Anne Marie Sengillo's Anorexia Recovery Photos In A Piece On 'Amazing' Weight-Loss Transformations

Psychologist and wellness coach Ann Kearney-Cooke told The Huffington Post that it's often frustrating when a friend bails on plans to hide their disordered behavior, won't order anything when you're out to dinner, or talks incessantly about hating their body -- but that any intervention has to come from a place of compassion. "Otherwise, it just won't work." Kearney-Cooke told HuffPost. "[He or] she will feel bad and probably withdraw from you."

Find a quiet, comfortable place to have a talk with your friend when you're not distracted by other things or rushing around to various obligations. Don't have the conversation over a meal -- try having a cup of coffee or going for a walk. If your friend is struggling with food, mealtimes may alread...

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