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lasciate, please make an effort to post in a way that is respectful and considerate of the person you are trying to advise. Things can be said in a respectful and kind way. Your words here do not help maintain everyone to have a comfortable and beneficial discussion.Originally Posted by lasciate
Yes, take a break and let someone else feed her - someone who doesn't feel the need to be involved in every bite she eats, someone who doesn't micromanage every meal due to her own food issues, someone who can put out a tray of food that doesn't require constant preparation and can walk away without flipping out. Someone who doesn't panic over the thought of "what ifs" that have not happened.
Rome wasn't built in a day, and food issues that developed over more than a year of underfeeding aren't going to resolve in 4 days.