I need some advice. My girlfriend has been bulimc for 20+ years. i have been with her for almost a year. We moved in together 4 months ago and everything is going very well. I know she is trying very hard to stop or at least get better control of her bulimia but she has been sneaky and lying about it. I have been with her long enough to know the signs when she is binging and I don't hold anything against her at all. I just don't know what it means to be supportive....Should I ignore it completely, ask her about it, talk about it with her and express my understanding once again. We have had so many talks about the fact that I don't hold it against her and am willing to be there for her in her recovery. I know she is completely humiliated and embarrassed by her ED. But I also know that it serves her in helping with her anxiety.
Please help me!
Please help me!
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