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February 8th, 2012, 04:29 PM
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I think you're in a harder situation than most of us because most of our children have a physical sign/symptom of their problems. My parents and the ILs were in denial for a while but in a much more mild way (never attacked me, it was always "she'll grow out of it". If your DD doesn't have physical problems, it's going to be so much harder to convince someone that isn't a big believer in mental disorders. I'm sorry to say that I have no advice on how to handle it other than that you shouldn't have to. You are doing what is best for your child. She needs to understand that, or you don't need the stress.
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