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Anorexia Nervosa and the Language of Authenticity


People with anorexia nervosa struggle with questions of authenticity. They thought about whether they were being their authentic selves, and which of their desires, emotions, and choices were authentic. More attention should be paid this important concept and its role and status—both how patients think about it, and how clinicians should think about it.

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