Does someone have an eating disorder?

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Movie • 1989 Report
Yes
163
No
1
25
heibonna
one of the heathers is depicted in the bathroom trying to lose weight unhealthily
TV Show • 2017 Report
Yes
157
No
4
26
thegaytaxicab
that is the focus of the movie
Movie • 2004 Report
Yes
137
No
1
14
runaroundafterdark
body focused criticism in mirror
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
123
No
2
1
hyperandrogenism
A patient comes in after she got illegal gastric bypass surgery because of an eating disorder that her mother encourages. She is talked to about the danger of eating disorders.
TV Show • 2014 Report
Yes
119
No
0
14
Logan Plonski
There is lots of discussion of body image in season 4, including implications about eating disorders.
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
116
No
17
18
pennybaker
Terry has a history of compulsive eating and in one episode he relapses.
Movie • 1999 Report
Yes
114
No
0
12
FormieTueno
Daisy is said to struggle with an eating disorder, she regularly compulsively consumes and an entire chicken from her fathers deli, she is found to have multiple rotting carcasses of such hidden under her bed (representing both his visits which are indicative of incest/rape, and the consumption of the chickens themselves). There are also mentions of laxative abuse and purging on her part: Lisa: “You’re a laxative junkie...” Daisy: “I like my dad’s chicken, and when I eat something else, I puke.”
TV Show • 2009 Report
Yes
99
No
1
20
Tarar
Marley suffers from bulimia in Season 4, set off by having an obese parent and another girl secretly taking in her costumes so she thought she was gaining weight. She throws up on-screen, carries laxatives in her purse, and finally passes out while performing in Thanksgiving.
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
97
No
14
11
Jade37
The boss says someone has an eating disorder to divert office gossip in a different direction. A character bullies someone online in attempt to make them develop an eating disorder. A character engages in disordered eating behaviors during an office weight loss event.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
95
No
21
10
LawrenceHathaway
The main character is very skinny and his ribs are visible when his chest is bare, this could trigger someone with an eating disorder.
TV Show • 1994 Report
Yes
89
No
8
12
AllisonIsTired
They make fun of Monica for being overweight in the past a lot, it’s quite triggering if you have an eating disorder
TV Show • 2010 Report
Yes
85
No
0
6
dynamicmassive01
One of the main characters suffered from an eating disorder prior to the show. She is taunted about this by the villain.
Movie • 2010 Report
Yes
83
No
2
8
amdejordy
The main character is very thin and is shown vomiting several times, implying that she may have a purging disorder, although this is never explicitly confirmed.
Anime • 2018 Report
Yes
77
No
8
12
Riku114
Yes 100% in the middle / late part of the series guys
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
75
No
8
9
whispn18
Fig has an eating disorder. It's quipped at a few times in the series, but she talks about it more in the car with Caputo in season 6.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
72
No
50
23
SlimeburgerMcElroy
In the ep 2 intro they talk and show Nate (as a kid and teen) obsessively working out to lose body fat in an extremely unhealthy way, but it's a short scene
TV Show • 2011 Report
Yes
69
No
1
4
AllisonIsTired
Season 3
Movie • 2017 Report
Yes
68
No
1
11
henny.lindberg
Do NOT watch this (at least not the first two seasons) if you could in any way be triggered by eating disorders. Don't do it, just trust me.
TV Show • 2018 Report
Yes
64
No
0
9
series_of_unfortunate_events
One character exhibits restrictive behaviors and extensively documents everything she eats.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
62
No
2
9
whitebread
Elton mentions having bulimia and there is a scene where he orders a large meal then throws it up in the toilet
Podcast Report
Yes
60
No
1
6
infini
MAG 90: Body Builder has discussions of extreme body dysmorphia, unhealthy self-image, and alludes very heavily to eating disorders, though the subject itself is not directly discussed.
Anime • 2021 Report
Yes
60
No
0
13
sajaella
In episode three, a character describes a friend of theirs dying from an eating disorder
TV Show • 2017 Report
Yes
58
No
7
10
Chi Hoang Khanh
In one episode Cheryl's mother mocks her anorexia in an attempt to belittle her.
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
57
No
24
3
Johnson1331
•In S5 Famine, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, causes insatiable hunger similar to binge eating. We see this affect a main character [Castiel]. •It is implied that Dean (main character) may have a binge eating disorder from childhood neglect (lack of food while Dad abandoned them on hunting trips). Most non-violent scenes with Dean feature him consuming food of some kind. He has an unhealthy relationships and attachments to food, sometimes putting it above other priorities.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
53
No
0
12
RidleyMathers
Fleur is bulemic
Video Game Report
Yes
50
No
28
9
1289279
The pills mentioned above are an antidepressant (iirc fluoxetine) which, yes, is used to treat bulimia, but also commonly used to treat anxiety and depression. Since there's no other indication for an ED, it's far more likely the AD was prescribed for the latter.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
48
No
3
5
emjots
Starlight is recovering from bulimia. it's rarely mentioned but she relapses briefly in season 1 episode 1, 30 minutes in, immediately after the lines "they're fucking laughing" "so what are you going to do about it?" S1E2 40 minutes starlight's manager yells at her because people are mocking her eating disorder on social media episode 4 in the mall scene butcher makes a passing joke about clothes for anorexics
Yes
48
No
0
9
TheRealHazel
There are a few mentions of Heather Duke having bulimia and she is seen throwing up in the first song, "Beautiful"
TV Show • 2018 Report
Yes
47
No
0
4
PersephoneHazard
S1 contains what is probably the most intense and difficult to watch depiction of BED I've ever seen in fiction.
TV Show • 2007 Report
Yes
46
No
0
5
graceaitchison13
yes very extreme especially in seasons 1&2