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The Relationship of Eating Disorders to Self-Esteem

Comparing AN to BN, higher proportions of borderline personality disorder were found for BN (31% versus 14%). Studies of Cluster C (dependent, avoidant, obsessive-compulsive, and passive-aggressive) personality disorders demonstrate a prevalence of about 45% for both AN and BN disorders. Eating disorders also frequently concur with menstrual cycle difficulties, fertility and pregnancy problems, and diabetes mellitus (Pearlstein, 2002).

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