Thursday, December 8, 2011

5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia

    5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia 

    1. Do not ask your child how you can help, he did not know or he will tell you. It also communicates that you are just as confused as him. Just as with other issues, he's looking to you for help and direction to find someone who knows what to do and ask them.

    2. When you learn the terms eating disorders, such as eating disorders is the abbreviation ED, ana is short for anorexia, or mia is another word for bulimia, do not over use it. It's almost like these words are a badge of honor and if you use them modestly or loose, your daughter will begin to fire you. Some girls do not like the abbreviation at all and will irritate them greatly if you use the term with them. Sometimes it is best to ask if you can use these words in the discussion or if there is another word he's more you will use to refer to eating disorders.

    3. Try not to discuss things over. What I mean by this is to ask a question or state attention and wait for a response. Parents often believe that if I could ask the right question or asking in the right way I will get a response. It is often frustrating your child when he was having trouble putting words to thoughts and feelings. Stay away from the 20 questions and err on the side of brevity. He will appreciate it and will feel more open to future discussions if she knows she will not nag with questions.

    4. Do not expect him initially to be able to verbalize how this happened. He will not have the answer and it will add a sense of guilt he was feeling. She may appear on the surface only feel anger and opposition about the food, but underneath there are tons of guilt for being a burden and let you down.

    5. No need for the things that he was not comfortable with at an early stage. Some examples may be forced to go to a swimming party when he was very self-conscious in a bathing suit, asking him to go to the night when they serve breakfast the next morning. It's okay to offer to pick her up before breakfast if it will help her stay connected with friends. Be flexible since the beginning and knows her recovery is a process. It will be easier again as he lasts.
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    5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia
    5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia
    5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia
    5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia5 Things to Avoid Her Parents Suffer Anorexia

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