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Mum & # 39; s & # 39; family & # 39; helps her anorexia recovery to the weight of one bike to five stones



A new family of relatives helps to bring them back from anorexia to & quot; they're almost dead & # 39; s weight after 5 storms.

Karen Milner's food start began when she was the next trauma of youth.

She has been campaigning for 27 years, but now says her recurrence "feels different" by the ongoing support of a group of paranormal researchers, The Haunted Hunts.

The three-year-old mother has been told that she was hospitalized three times by anorexia, reports the Liverpool Echo.

The most recent occasion was in the summer of 2018, and on its lowest weight, it was a little more than five stones (33kg).

The Haunted Hunts & # 39; got their voice for & # 39;

"At my least, I'm just in the absence, it will get worse and I won't be able to do things and have to give up on other people," she says.

Karen, originally from Liverpool, but now living in Bebington, Wirral, was going to play a huge role from two to three hours a day.

This would be sold with a very limited diabetes.

The 42-year-old said: "If I am in my least, I would not eat all day, then have a flat salad for food."

But this would be smaller and smaller, as Karen would limit the salad to the point of measuring the coverage or inoculation measured in enough centimeters and would fit super brands to find the lowest calorie salad.

Her family has reported a massive difference in her

Her obsession and control over her food would affect everything, she said: "I would make a cup, and if it wasn't the good color, I had to go back and start again."

A practical police officer says she's 23, Karen had to do some of her to re-work, but wouldn't go without her friends at The Haunted Hunts.

It all started with an annual spirit hunting gift from her daughter two years ago, and since then she has been rented out.

She said: "I can't thank them enough for all the help they give me, I don't think they realize how much they help and have encouraged me to fight.

Karen & # 39; s daughters Emily, 13, Katie, 16 and Chloe, 21

"I have contact with The Haunted Hunts to tell them that I could not participate in any of the yachts I paid and warned, but I think they probably already knew about my physical health and weight . "

They were overwhelmed with their responses, keeping them up to date while in the hospital and having VIP experiences for them, and surprisingly surprised them with their birthday.

Karen said: "They made me feel great and always felt me ​​on my low points, and if I could ever, I can walk them, they are my family of spirits.

"We have broken for yeast food and this can also be very heavy as anorexic and food for them or anyone can be so hard and often have a meltdown.

Karen's friends at The Haunted Hunts

"But I know they give us longer, that I can take my time without us doing it."

She said, "I am me when I go these yachts, I'm Karen. I'm not a person with anything, I'm just me."

Karen even says her husband, Mark, has judged the difference, she said: "He says there is something about my eyes when I talk about it. I'm really curious."

Karen, mother to Chloe, 21, Katie, 16 and Emily, 13, says her recording feels you several times, by her spirit-hunting freedoms, and for everyone who tries them, said: "There is always hope.

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