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Bulimia and Lady Diana

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BULIMIA NERVOSA AND LADY DIANA

Dated: 20th Oct, 2010

TABLE OF CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYIV
I. INTRODUCTION1
Background
Statement of the Problem
Purpose of the study
II. DESCRIPTION2
III. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS7
Conclusions
Recommendations
BIBLIOGRAPHY8

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
FIGURES
1. CAUSES OF BULIMIA NERVOSA 3
2. LADY DIANA 4

SUMMARY
Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder found mostly aiming young girls and is characterized by uncontrolled bingeing, followed by vomiting, excessive exercising and laxatives. Social, psychological and biological factors can contribute to this illness. Lady Diana was the victim of this eating disorder. She was the center of attention for media and public and felt the ignorance of her husband. She became obsessed about her body shape and weight. Her marital life was the reason for her illness. So, Bulimia should be treated carefully and special attention should be given to the eating patterns, false beliefs about appearance and emotional issues should be fairly solved

BULIMIA NERVOSA AND LADY DIANA
I. INTRODUCTION
Background
Bulimia was first revealed in 1979 by Gerald F.M. Russell. It is an eating disorder commonly found aiming young adolescent girls and is characterized by uncontrolled bingeing, followed by behaviors designed to prevent weight gain from the binges (Durand, 2003, p.523). Princess Diana struggled with this disorder for many years due to the problems that she was dealing with. Statement of the problem

The focus of this study was to understand (1) Bulimia nervosa which is the most common eating disorder and (2) how it affected Princess Diana. Purposes of the study
The purposes of this study were as follows:
* To have the awareness of Bulimia Nervosa in a better way. * To know why it targeted Lady Diana.
* To give recommendations to prevent this disorder.

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