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Deenl, yay for poker face & mac & cheese. Xx
Delighted about the holiday...gosh the progress in 1.5 years,considering how sick he was is amazing , huge congratulations to you all xx

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Son,DX with AN, (purging type) age 13 in October 2015 ,  (4 months immediate inpatient) , Then FBT at home since.and making progress every day. He is now in good recovery, and Living life to the full like a normal teen. We are not completely out of the woods yet, but we can see the light at the end of the tunnel, thanks to ATDT. Hoping to get him into full recovery and remission one day at a time.
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Hi Deenl - So glad to read this positive update!  We just returned from our first family vacation in ages so I've been offline for 10 days.  So nice to come back to your good news!  xx

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All I can say is awesome for you and your family.  So glad he asked and you were able to make it work.  Lots of hard work on everybody's part!!!  Nothing in life that is worth much doesn't take work.
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Awesome to hear about the trip going so well deenl.walt Disney (for all his faults) had a mantra that I use all the time in my head "keep moving forward"it sounds like that's your mantra too!
In terms of the aspie thing,it was just a thought.aspies do have friends though,usually a small core group some who will present with challenges of their own-ADHD,dysparaxia and autism,but they take a long time to diagnose because when your child is high functioning it presents so differently to the "accepted" perception.i found even the books didn't always help,though some things on YouTube did.
We are all on the spectrum,it's whether or not the behaviours hold us back.
Anyway,all that aside,I'm loving hearing of your progress for your son,onwards and upwards eh!

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