I hope (maybe against credibility) what I gather here is not a complete lack of compassion, but rather a tired case of compassion. The following is understandable: Recovering from an eating disorder can be a long, heartbreaking, thorny road of progress and setbacks. With any long struggle, loved ones can become so exhausted that their support begins to slip. It won’t be good for your daughter at all read this about you, so it’s your responsibility to deal with any paralysis or disappointment yourself to make sure you don’t add an extra bit of burden to her, of course – but, yourself That feeling would be understandable.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/advice/2021/12/19/carolyn-hax-eating-disorder-adult-daughter-relapse/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_lifestyle Carolyn Hax: Parents upset over adult child’s eating disorder relapse