Crisp addiction

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By Mariapage   

Mariapage
Mariapage
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Aug 14th, 2011 07:49
Crisp addiction

A client of mine loves crisps, she lives for them. She cannot go a single day without a packet and the packets have got bigger and bigger. She loves the taste, the texture, the aroma of them. She is only 19 and hides the packets so her mum doesnt know how many she has eaten. This girl wants to stop eating them as she is gaining a lot of weight. Would you class this as an addiction?

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Seifoonnisa
Seifoonnisa
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Apr 10th, 2012 12:35
Re: crisp addiction

Yes it is an addiction because you said she can not go a single day without them; she wants to reduce weight but still can not give them up and the packet of crisps are getting bigger and bigger. Definately Yes it is an addiction. I would suggest doing a script and then Parts therapy to find out why she can not give them up.

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Justine
Justine
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Sep 24th, 2012 01:21
Re: crisp addiction

How about a visual aid? Because crisps contain so much fat, you can actually light them and they will burn like a candle? That may help put her off!

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