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Will forced eating habits as a child affect their psychology in adulthood?

 
 
Reply Mon 8 Jul, 2013 10:35 am
I have a friend with the strangest eating habits I've ever seen.

She only eats (no exaggeration):

Pizza (cheese or pepperoni only)

French Fries

Grilled Cheese (but only with french fries)

Spaghetti (meatless)

And a McDonald's cheeseburger (absolutely nowhere else).



About a year ago, I found out that when she was a child, she had a babysitter that would force all of them to eat only one thing at a time, and would be punished otherwise. So therefore, if there were fries, chicken, and applesauce, they could ONLY eat the second item if the first item was completely eaten. Otherwise they could as so much as get their food thrown away entirely.



My question is.. do you think the two are related?
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Reply Mon 8 Jul, 2013 12:18 pm
Could be related.

Her choice of foods are high carbs, fats, sugars and salt. A lifetime of this diet can be 'learned" and then preferred. She sounds like a good candidate for colon cancer, diabetes and obesity.

Her method of eating is not that unusual. Lots of people eat all of one item and the move on to the next.
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