Our expert says:
Stop thinking of yourself as a victim. You're not responsible for what other ppl may have done to you ; you can be responsible for what you choose to do about whatever they did. You can choose HOW you will react, and it doesn't have to be in self-destructive ways. It sounds as if your previous experience of a psychologist was with someone who dealt with things in a rather superficial way, and you deserve something better than that. This sort of mixture of problems including eating disorders, usually involves a number of themes, including a struggle for control.
Insist on your parents aranging for you to see a good senior psychiatrist, in the first place, for a proper assessment of the current status of things, and advice on treatment, potentially including medication and psychotherapy from a skilled psychotherapist psychologist, not someone too young and inexperienced.
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