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debra18

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"Mom I promise you this kind of apple juice looks clear."

"Look how funny mom. The loaf of bread was cut unevenly."
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Yes, they do seem to notice the smallest thing about food. Luckily, it does go away.
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This is why, when my daughter was FINALLY treated for OCD, recovery was easier. 
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I think the point was missed. She switched the juice for water and tried to say it was juice and cut the slices of bread. I had to just laugh.
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Ah, now I understand. Water for apple juice! Your d sees to be a great actress!
Yes, sometimes it is funny what ED tries. And I think you are on a really good point when you can laugh inside about that.
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So glad you can laugh- she definitely gets points for creativity!
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