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Future clinical practice should continue to target core beliefs in formulating cases of eating disorders.Explaining those core beliefs may depend on understanding the individual's experiences of invalidation in early years.During DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) group today, one of my peers mentioned that out of all of the hell she experienced growing up as a child who was abused and in a very invalidating environment, the one thing she learned from her parents was that she can do ANYTHING on her own.Our therapist said that this is an example of thriving.
The best way for parents to address environmental factors is to create what is called a “validating environment.” This means hearing and honoring the perspective of the child and who the child is.
It can be hypothesised that invalidating environments in childhood influence the negative core beliefs that are found in the eating disorders.
This study of eating-disordered women aimed to test the relationships between perceived childhood invalidating environments and negative core beliefs.
This is especially true when the child is highly emotionally reactive (Krause, Mendelson, & Lynch, 2003).
Conversely, children who have a lower level of emotionally reactivity may not have as difficult a time soliciting a positive response from caregivers, which in turn moderates their internalizing and externalizing symptoms with less emotional dysregulation (Bandelow et al., 2005).Multigenerational Transmission of BPD from Mothers to their Children Since women in clinical settings with diagnosis of BPD comprise an estimated 75% of patient population, it is roughly estimated that over 6 million women in the United States are diagnosed with the disorder (Friedel, 2004).