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#61 PetalSkull


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Posted 17 September 2021 - 09:35 PM

Oh my god guys op is 15 stop invalidating her frustration. She obv sated that she doesn’t have a good relationship with her sister. They are both disordered. They are both mentally ill. Let them act like humans. They both need love and support but if they don’t have a good relationship with each other they might not be able to help each other.

Hell if I’m in trouble (I’m 23) the last thing I’m going to do is come to my high school aged brother that hates me. He struggles with his image too but I don’t think he has an ed. Treat each other with kindness and respect when someone is legit triggered nearly every day when they come home.

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Posted 17 September 2021 - 11:08 PM

thank you. i actually just threw a huge temper tantrum because of my ed and yelled and screamed and my mom and brother for no reason and i feel so bad now

Of course! 

Mood swings are also such a huge part of ED that people overlook or forget about - restricting makes our moods so irrational. 

but, you are talking about it in the right place and becoming very self aware :)





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Posted 17 September 2021 - 11:58 PM

we all know how competitive eating disorders are so to me this is completely understandable. we cannot choose how we will feel about something, but we can choose our words and actions.

be nice to your little sis, you need each other.

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Posted 19 September 2021 - 10:01 AM

She is eleven. Having an ED isn't her fault any more than you having an ED is your fault. She's a small child. Imagine reading the things you wrote about her written about yourself and your ED and someone holding your ED against you like a grudge. Put yourself in her shoes for a moment.

You're also not her parent and you don't need to take on that responsibility. That is your parents job. It is not your job to help her, that responsibility falls on your parents and not on you. If getting involved is triggering you then you need to take a step back and focus on yourself and let the adults do their job. You don't have to get involved if it's becoming detrimental to you. It sounds like the level of resentment arising from shouldering that weight isn't going to end up helping her anyway, so just try to focus on yourself.

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