actually if you go back to the last pages you will find out many people saying that we cannot know the nature of their relationship but clearly you're so much better than people on pull that you can't read what they write.
it's possible to get recovered from ed. and recovery in mental health includes having a reduction in symptoms to where it doesn't affect the person's life any longer which is absolutely possible. please look at this informations:
clearly there are levels to what is most helpful: feeding your kid : level 1 getting him drown every year by the best artist in the world : 6331 giving him chances to play with other kids is pretty high up on that list. you can't just say: all things that help children are alike and I can just choose what ever I want to.
there's science (I mean research and statistics) supporting the idea of having play dates. no one is saying your child will kill his university roommates because he didn't have play dates but if you really care about your child development you will try to provide him with that kind of activities because it's better for him to have them than to not have them in his life.
If you're too sensitive and impatient around your own kids you should keep on reading parenting books and even ask for professional help. poor kids. people should really take caring of kids more seriously. it's not a sims game. you don't just try things out for fun.
maybe my comment is just attention seeking but I'd like to explain my point of view. I'm the kind of a person to bring up his trauma everywhere and have a lot of "triggers" I thought I was just attention seeking using a traumatic response I never had so I was extremely scared of therapy and couldn't get myself to go for it and when I did start therapy it took my therapist a while before he realized that I was traumatized because I couldn't bring it up with him. for everyone else I must have sounded like the fakest human alive but it was just the way I dealt with it. I kept talking about it because I couldn't make myself believe it. I needed to get over it but I didn't know how or even why. sometimes I used random triggers cause I didn't even know what my triggers were. I was just in a very unhealthy place mentally and everything (even just listening to songs) broke my heart because of all the horrible thoughts I had. I don't know if she had real trauma or if she has been abused. I just want to explain that: yes, you can be professionally diagnosed with trauma caused by abuse while being a fake b***h. been there done that.
I can see how you would find him helpful. I too hate emo pics and the whole self-halm culture but for me it was a symptom and hearing someone keep repeating that I should just "get out of it| has not been helping in anyway. he just made me feel worst about feeling bad. and I too didn't see how illogical he was until he tried to prove he wasn't mentally ill by taking an online test by his own. it was stupid on every level. and one time he had the nerves to make a video about feeling depressed since last night and how horrible depression is and that he deserves special treatment for it! last night! how dare he use the depression diagnose for a one night sadness?