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• Re-enacting Holocaust
trauma. "Dieting and eating

Is Pleased To Announce The Addition Of Allergist

disordered beha viors can be an
expression of un conscious pain
buried deep in t i e past."

an Kwaselow M.D.

Gaining Control

Past President of the Michigan Allergy and Asthma Society

Jewish mothers must try not
to project their own body inse-
curities and fears onto their
daughters. Kaplan knows this
phenomenon all too well — her

Dr. Kwaselow treats both pediatric and
adult asthma and allergy conditions.

• Saturday appointments

daughter was overweight from
childhood through high school.

Cheryl A. Ruble M.D.
Alan Kwaselow M.D.

Lawrence M. Dell M.D.
James J. Gordon M.D.

Kaplan fielded countless calls
from women frustrated with their
daughters' weight, looking for

solutions.
"They wanted to know,
`Should I put he on a diet? Can

Kristen Krueger RA.-C
Lisa Norris N.P. • Pamela Zywiol N.P.

she come and s ee you? Should
I send her to a p sychologist?' It

made me crazy — my immedi-

Complete Physicals • Allergy Testing • In-Home Sleep Studies

ate reaction was , `Ohmigod!
This poor child doesn't have a
chance.' Becaus e it's the moth-

2300 Haggerty Road, Suite 1010 West Bloomfield

248.668.0900

er's issue," Kapl an says.
"Mothers mus t recognize that
when your kid is 8 or 10 or 12
or 15, her body goes through so
many normal ch anges. People
thought because I was a fitness

The situation may
But not a true

guru, I made my kids work out,
but I never did.
"The answer is to leave your

WHERE DO YOU

daughter alone! Love her, accept
her for who she is and how she
looks and help h er learn to love

and accept hers elf. That's what I
did — I always t old my daughter

how much I love d her and how

beautiful she is. Because it's

Ve- tz

r

true."
"Eating disorders are really not

iefs,

-

j/r) ( -rev/

it"ritt.

about food or the burning desire
to lose those last few pounds

or attain a certain shape," says
Price. "This is about issues that

run much deeper — shame, feel-
ing unworthy, disconnect and

more. Eating disorder treatments
that focus on food or food plans
totally avoid real issues. Until we

allow ourselves to be confront-

ed, face our truths and become
vulnerable, we will continue to

suffer in silence.





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a On-Site CT Scanning and Ultrasound
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Lynne Meredith Sch reiber is a

Southfield-based w riter and publicist

and owner of Your People LLC.

a

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quality medical care and are unable to see
their own primary care physician."

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June 24 • 2010

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