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Duncan Simpson and Lauren P. Elberty

.” Similarly, Sarah stated “[basketball] did become a coping skill. I was with my whole team, and we were playing a sport that we knew she loved. We could finish her dream for her.” Other participants used food, drugs, and alcohol to cope, “I would drink chocolate milk, and eat a lot of chocolate,” (Emma) and

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Jessyca N. Arthur-Cameselle and Molly Curcio

#4, a diet change was key to starting recovery: [After eating] milk and dairy products I would either throw up, get diarrhea, get nauseous and bloated… So, associated with the lactose in my diet, I was getting very bloated, which made me look bigger, which made me want to not eat. As soon as [I] cut