Holidays may hinder eating disorder recovery
December 20th, 2012
06:00 PM ET
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Editor's note: Dr. Kenneth Weiner is founding partner and chief executive officer of the Eating Recovery Center in Denver, Colorado.

According to the iconic holiday tune, "'Tis the season to be jolly."

Unfortunately, popular myths about the magic of the holidays set many Americans up for a struggle with real life. For the millions of men, women and children recovering from an eating disorder, the holiday season can bring heightened stress associated with an overwhelming schedule of events, painful or frustrating family dynamics and a seemingly constant focus on food that begins at Halloween and continues through New Year's Day.
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