Liana Rosenman, 20
Liana Rosenman was first diagnosed with an eating disorder when she was 12; it had begun, she remembers, around the time she started losing weight for her bat mitzvah.
“People were commenting on how great I looked,” she said. “And then it just kind of spiraled out of control.”
Rosenman would spend the next several years, most of her adolescence, battling on and off with anorexia.
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