If I'd known the freedom in letting go, I would have never held on. - Rachel Firmin
Daughter With Bulimia
I recently discovered that my daughter is struggling with bulimia. She had an evaluation today at an ED program, and resident or day treatment options were suggested. Unfortunately, after we left, I was informed that our insurance doesn’t cover their services. Ugh. I applied for new insurance that does cover the program, but it doesn’t take effect until Jan 1st, 2019. How can I support and help her until she can get into the program? I can’t watch her 24/7 and want to do what I can for her to be healthy, but don’t want her to feel as if I’m trying to fix or control her. Any advice would be really appreciated.
by sally at 2018-11-19T17:01:10
You are not alone. Keep fighting!!
It breaks my heart hearing what some of you are going through. But if you are reading this, you are not alone. I too have been there. For months I only saw darkness. I felt numb and was pushing away people that meant the most to me. I had plans and was ready to commit suicide. I was furious at my family to force me to go in-patient. I never admitted I needed help. But saying you need help is not and never will be a sign of weakness.
by john at 2018-11-19T16:34:17