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Offline shinajackio
on: August 20, 2019, 08:32:27 AM
Black Line EdgeThird, recognize that the battle against this disease is intense and requires all of the family's mental, emotional, physical and social resources. The best defense is to recruit the help of a doctor, a counselor and a nutritionist. Your child will likely need a child psychiatrist as well, since there are some medications that are useful to treat co-occurring disorders such as obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety. At one point in my daughter's recovery, we were taking her to four different appointments per week just to keep up with the intense needs of fighting this illness.
Second, realize that this illness developed over a longer period than you realize so recovery will take just as long. You and your family are in for the long haul; this process will most likely consume all of the collective time and energy of your immediate family for at least several months to a year or two or longer. Your main job for the first several months is

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