Our expert says:
Take this issue back into therapy. You've improved to the extent that you can recognize what is beginning to go wrong, and that can be vitally important within therapy, to get things right again. And you've hit the nail absolutely on the head when you say " i have always tried to control the uncontrolable- time, food, stuff that passes by naturally." Isn't that a root of the eating disorder problem --- trying to control the uncontrollable, rather than just let it be ; and substituting for that, a fierce excess in controlling the controllable, even when it doesn't need to be controlled at all ?
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