Today Katie, my siser, came to my mom and I and told us she has an eating disorder. At first I cried, I held her and told her that I was so proud of her for telling us. I really am. Then, I started thinking about all the things I used to do and tried to give her advice. Thats not what she needs. I could see it in her face. She listened, but I felt like at that moment I saw something that might have been adding to her stress... me. I think I need to take some time and not jump on my next solution to this problem. This is katie's battle... its going to be hell. She can win it, I know it, and my mom knows it. Could we please offer some RAR prayers for her? Thanks for being here, your support means so much.
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