I believe that eating disorders are a legitimate medical condition especially considering the symptoms. An eating disorder first of all is a psychological disorder but it has severe physical ramifications. The symptoms of eating disorders include depression, severe changes in body weight, late in life blood pressure and heart issues, as well as death. I believe this was similar to the chaos narrative; the individuals addicted in these scenarios seem to lie and move around the situation. The first girl telling the story of binging speaks directly to the fact that she lies to herself about what she is doing and does not mentally connect the situation. Three individuals (bulimic with mixed past histories) go through their narrative and it is important to note that some of the individuals were in the throes of their illness while others have moved past their illness give several different narratives. The culture and stigma plays a huge role in their illness, initially the culture causes these individuals to become ill and later the same culture judges them for their disorder that came about to shape societies views of them. The actual medical professionals in this video were very helpful and accepting of the condition in this episode, the doctors identify and immediately try and give constructive advice to solve these disorders. The family members of the male family seem less informed and more surprised but are still trying their best to solve the issue. In the male family the parents don’t handle the issue as well because they are less knowledgeable of the situation possibly because of the stigma that males don’t have these conditions as often. The rights and responsibilities of the individuals who are sick first and foremost is the acknowledgment of the treatment followed by efforts to get better. This is very difficult though and causes the issues of the chaos narrative. I actually found this condition to go hand in hand with the chronic pain article because of the shame that was linked to the situation. The bulimia/anorexia discussed is justified by the individual and hidden from family and friends because of shame and confusion. The narratives in the chronic pain and true-life video are useful for all to understand the situation.