this family life episode 16: on supporting a child with an eating disorder

Susan has been reading the blog for sometime so it was such a pleasure to be able to spend time chatting to her about how she manages life with her four kids, two of which are on the spectrum.

Throughout the interview Susan offers practical advice on dealing with complex issues. Some highlights of the wisdom you will pick up from Susan are:

  • Tips on supporting a child with an eating disorder
  • Finding individual time with each child
  • Getting kids to help around the house
  • The importance of looking after yourself so you can look after the family

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