I am not sure since I no longer live with her. But I am scared my mother may have an eating disorder. She is very driven and controlling but I have never noticed anything in the past. But recently I have noticed when we have family meals she ends up giving her food to my stepfather or me or my sister, or does not put any carbs on her plate in the first place. She claims she has already eaten while she cooked the meal but that is not true. First she started skipping carbs and now it is meat. She does not eat properly and often skips meals or does not eat breakfast before she leaves the house and then just has 1 or 2 packs of crisps. She claims to eat healthily but I see no evidence. She has also started at the gym recently. When I ask her about it she claims to be eating healthily and my sister says I am making a fuss over nothing. I do not live with her so I cannot be sure but when I do spend time with her I see this sort of behaviour. I think she may be getting nervous that she is middle aged and too old or fat (she is not of course). She has a very stressful high flying job. But she refuses to confront it and claims everything is ok. What can I do? How can I tell if I am worrying over nothing or if there is a problem?
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