Eating Problems Reveal Other Challenges

Jamie went through a tough transition after leaving the Marine Corps. She lost interest in eating and had trouble sleeping. Her mom noticed her weight loss and urged her to find support. Jamie began seeing a social worker and a psychologist and found ways to overcome stress and anxiety, which improved her sleep and appetite.



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