Our expert says:
Good idea to have spoken with the school psychologist and to take on board his suggestiosn for useful amendments. I suppose there is some possibility that someone with an interest in the situation might consider it better for the child for her to be taken into care, or into the cae of some other relative, but that would only have a possibility of succeeding if they could convince the authroties that the child was in some form of danger while in your care, and that iot would be in her best interests to be at least temporarily in someone else's care.
So you can help to prevent that happening, by making sure that you strictyl avoid self-damage of any form, which, even if you don't intend it to be dangerous, as you well know, it's enormously alarming to others. Control the impulses --- you can, and often do, manage to do this. Accept the help of your bf, and work hard with your own shrink. You can get through this
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