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When my girls were babies, one of my dear friends had a teenager struggling with anorexia. As she went into treatment, they required family therapy and  the therapist said he had never seen a patient so open with her parents throughout the process.  Somehow they had created communication patterns that held during crisis.  She weathered […]
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For a few short months when my children were young, we took in four sisters whose mother was unable to care for them because of mental illness.  They ranged from 6 years old to 16 years old— remarkable and resilient young girls, though threadbare from years of neglect.  The first night that I tucked in […]
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