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https://www.dukeeatingdisorders.com/parent-resource

It looks like it may be self published and before I spend $40, I just wondered if anyone had read it.

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sk8r31
I've read it, and it's useful, but it wouldn't be my top choice for a book to help if you are only going to buy one.  I have found Lauren Muhlheim's book When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder to be more practical, and as it's recently published, perhaps more up-to-date.  
It is good to not only hope to be successful, but to expect it and accept it--Maya Angelou
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Foodsupport_AUS
Not sure this will work, but there has been lots of discussions about this book in the past, but not recently. I have not read it. This is a search of all categories in the forum for off the cuff.  https://www.aroundthedinnertable.org/search?keywords=off+the+cuff&searchin=message&member=&do=findposts&unfiltered_forums=&replies=atleast&numreplies=0&daterange=0&custdatefrom=&custdateto=&sort=&radio_showas=posts&btnSearch=Search&action=doSearch&advanced=1  I hope the link works for you. If not click the magnifying glass, go to advanced search all categories and type in off the cuff. 
D diagnosed restrictive AN June 2010 age 13.5. Weight restored July 2012. Relapse and now clawing our way back. Treatment: multiple hospitalisations and individual and family therapy.
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