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Thanks for sharing Helen.
We went through crazy stuff with our daughter, almost same age. We had no idea what to do and were super scared too. 2 suggs-

1- try to have her join a support group of other your people that aren't her parents or therapists...

2- check out the book "an unquiet mind", it was an incredible resource tool for our daughter and us as well.
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