Saturday, April 07, 2012
Being angry at ED can morph into anger at D and it doesn't help. The times I have yelled have not been my proudest parenting moments. I have apologised and told her I am angry at the ED NOT her. When she later apologises for her behaviour (throwing food) I assure her that I know it isn't "her" its the ED and that I love her no matter what. She gets it. -katiejane
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