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Since she's had problems in the past and you're not so open with talking about it to your family, why don't you talk with her for a bit? See why she's been doing it in the first place and try to find a way out of her problems. If you can't think of anything and you notice some changes in her, for example she's losing weight or looks more exhausted. You should think of checking her in with psychologists. They give the best treatments and maybe at first, she will not accept it too See More▼ much and might even dislike some of your family members for it, but her health comes first and in the end, she will be grateful for it. I don't have much experience with this but here's a website, maybe it can give you an idea of what to do. http://www.experienceproject.com/stories/Have-Bulimia/891433 Good luck with it and I hope she will turn out alright Remember to never give up on her xxx
on December 26, 2014
I have had the same problems. I no longer harm myself or throw up my food, but my sister still worried. She was only 14 and she did tell my parents, who reassured me there were people out there who hurt more than me when I did hurt myself. I stopped. So you should tell them. And always tell her how important she is to you so she won't start again.
on December 27, 2014
Ik this post is years old but I've been self harming since I was in the second grade and I'm starting my 10th grade year. I would open up and ASK HER... it could help in the long run knowing she has someone there for her if it helps I have a quiz on my account about this look into if you still have the problem sorry if it doesn't help
on October 18