Hello all, I am new to this. But am kind of grasping at straws to find some help or support. My wife is 23 and has been struggling with her eating disorder for over 10 years. Right now, she is in a treatment facility near home. I am so excited that she has made the decision on her own accord to seek this. I am just at a loss right now, as her facility requires a 10 day lapse of contact (phone, mail, etc.) and I miss my wife/best friend. Mostly, I am just looking for any ways that I can be most helpful, loving, caring, understanding, etc. so that she knows how much I love her and know that I know she is going through one of the greatest struggles in her life right now. How proud of her I am and how much I appreciate her doing this, as it definitely benefits her, but I can't deny how much I have to gain from her efforts. I'd appreciate any help that you could give.
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