Following the previous report in which analysis of two female adolescent cases was described, two female adult cases were presented in this report. The summery as follows: 1) Onset of two cases is in their early twenties, coincided with their inter-personal conflicts at work and in the family in law. Morbid condition of each case has been unchanged todate, over the age of fourty; case 1 presents chronic anorexia with bulimia and case 2 presents chronic anorexia without bulimia. 2) There was the evidence of immaturity of heterosexual object-relationship which originated from the disturbed father-daughter interaction, together with the evidence of a disturbed female identification as seen in the adolescent group. 3) Self-starvation of each case appears to have similar psychological meaning as seen in the adolescent cases; retaliation towards the mother of each patient and compensatory aim in the dependancy need. However, keeping a
pride in pubertal competitions such as a pursuit in the slim body image may shift to a phobic avoidance of gastro-intestinal dyscomfort. Eventully poor motivation for treatment aimed at tackling the adolescent maturational problems seems to be the core of the disorder.