A comment about enmeshed moms in the article Is Being Thin Worth Dying? led to parent protest, and a surprising phone conversation with one of the people quoted.
I read the following headline: Half of anorexic kids need force feeding and yearn to say: "No, all anorexic kids need feeding."
As an advocate of Family-Based Maudsley support from clinicians, I feel it is equally important to let criticism also be part of the conversation: Anorexia: a family’s hell
And this broke my heart: "Anorexia is a pretty unusual disease in a young man. in the announcement of a young man's tragic death. Why do we think that because the illness strikes fewer men that it is less devastating TO THOSE MEN?