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Adult picky eater with emotional distress

My husband is a very picky eater. He can't handle certain textures and a lot of times will opt for snack food instead of real food because he just can't handle eating different things. He has some emotional issues I'd like to mention in case that has anything to do with the issue. He has an anger problem, mildly ocd, has trouble finishing tasks he starts, extreme social anxiety and all these emotions come off as anger.

If there's anything any ody could recommend he is willing to try anything!

Thanks 😊
 
  Annarexorcist on 2021-09-02
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Age
Since when Is he having these issues
What sort of mental trauma or stress did he undergo before all this stateted?

Is he seeing a doctor for this or taking any medication?
He needs to be here rather than you writing his symptoms he shud go do
Any peculiarities mental or otherwise?
 
Kaps 4 months ago
He is 30.
He doesn't like the taste of food.
He says there have been no stressors to cause this. His family life as a child was rigid, a mother that was not motherly or nurturing, a father who was extremely rigid. No security in his home lots of time alone.
He loves sweets and candy.
 
Annarexorcist 4 months ago
Argentum Nitricum 200
05 drops in water/ 04 pills single dose only once
Post symptoms after 2-3 days
 
Kaps 4 months ago
Is this two different methods of taking that remedy or is it one or the other?
 
Annarexorcist 4 months ago
It is Either drops Or pills
Depending on what is available with you
Only one Dose
 
Kaps 4 months ago

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