https://eatingdisorderspecialists.com/wp-content/uploads/bigstock-girl-in-high-grass-on-a-sunny-22221014.jpg 636 900 Annie Robinson https://eatingdisorderspecialists.com/wp-content/uploads/edrs_logo.png Annie Robinson2016-05-31 08:22:062016-06-29 09:00:42Cultivating Self-Compassion in Eating Disorder Recovery
I recently asked a friend who is in recovery from anorexia how she feels towards her now inactive but once powerful eating disorder. Squinting past my shoulder into the distance—perhaps into her distant past—she paused in silent reflection. Several moments later, she returned to the here and now, and responded:
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When a healthy child gets sick, parents can usually find a fairly simple answer: Tylenol, amoxicillin, cough medicine. But when your child is diagnosed with an eating disorder, parents face a problem for which there is no immediate fix. Caring for and supporting your child with an eating disorder can be confusing and scary.