It is often difficult to decide what age to send children to school at. Seems no matter what I cook, soup, full turkey dinner I spent 4 hours making, steak,chicken. Write again if I can help--I'm thinking of you. Then the challenge is how to lovingly support the teen so she can eat the food she needs. I know there are going to be some really tough meals in this journey, but we're committed. Now tell me what do you think would happen?
Luckily, after a week or two I stumbled on another kind of treatment, family-based treatment, known as FBT or the Maudsley approach.
My Child Ate...
It the past 24 hours, I've been told by a teacher and doctors office receptionist, that they helped their daughters recover from an ED and now I read your blog and it reaffirms that we're not alone as parents and that this approach CAN be successful. We recently asked all four of our kids if they think we are teaching them the importance of caring for other people, not just locally, but globally as well. Jenny, Woking, UK Not a lot, apparently. Try to get her to eat, but it's not about the food. He needs you to tell him no. Amy will never know.