People with eating disorders are at significant risk of decreased psychological well-being due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, with 86.7% reporting that their symptoms had worsened as a result of the pandemic. About 30% reported that their symptoms were “much worse.” Decreases in psychological well-being have been attributed to decreased feelings of control, increased feelings of social isolation, increased rumination about disordered eating, and low feelings of social support. The statistics were from a survey of people with eating disorders in the United Kingdom. Of the survey responses, the most commonly reported situations contributed . . .