For people with an eating disorder, life is very difficult — sometimes so difficult that they’re not sure they want to go on living. For their loved ones, it can be challenging to know when behavior is a sign of understandable sadness and frustration and when it is an indicator of something more serious. At our anorexia recovery center in Roseville, we tell families that if they get any sense at all that a person is suicidal, it’s best to intervene immediately.
What Drives the Increased Suicide Risk?
While it’s impossible to say exactly what makes a particular person with an eating disorder have a higher risk of suicidal thoughts or actions, there are many factors that may play a role. They fall into a number of different areas including: Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2oFXIGy