One of the hardest things for me to deal with whilst caring for my daughter for the last 18 months has been the looks of "pity" from others, the teachers, some dr's they look at you as if to say, well its just a phase, and friends who, say well you are a single parent what did you expect, "what did she ever do to her daughter to make her stop eating", did she abuse her?, why can't she make her eat?, one woman said recently, well if you cook a spaghetti bolognese together surely she will eat it, another suggested "perhaps you should go to cookery classes together" I try to rise above it all but its really getting harder.
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