Pizza and a Movie: Sharing the Secret
Teenagers who are dealing with serious psychological issues can "look good" to the outside observer. Sharing the Secret deals with the complexities of eating disorders.
Beth Moss appeared to have everything a teenager could want: good looks, according to society's standards; academic intelligence; all of her physical needs met; and a relationship with her divorced parents. All of these benefits were insufficient to protect her from an eating disorder.
Sharing the Secret demonstrates how a teenager can hide an eating disorder from involved parents.
Join students, faculty, staff, and outside guests to watch and discuss this provocative movie, which is funded by an SAF grant.
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