Through four years - since she was 15, she age of 19 years - led tv-chef and author Annemette Voss of bulimia.
Spiseforstyrrelsen affected the whole family, and ended up often in heated discussions between the Annemette Voss and her mother, Ingelise Christensen.
But one day, escalated it, says Annemette Voss and Ingelise Christensen in an interview in the 'Go' tonight live' on TV2.
Suddenly they had hold of each other and arguing loudly. They ended up in the kitchen, where the Annemette Voss threatening pushed his mother up the edge of the table and pushed her. Instinctively grip Ingelise Christensen a knife in the køkkenbordsskuffen, which had gone up, and pulled it against his daughter, to get her away.
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The violent episode, which is 18 years back, was the turning point, tells the family in the interview.
- It was a joint downturn, and we hit the bottom together. And we lifted up us together, stresses the Annemette Voss to 'Go' tonight live'-host Petra Nagel.
Mother and daughter have chosen to come forward with their story to show others in the same or similar situations, that one must not be ashamed of the things you can postpone its nearest, if you are affected by a disorder such as an eating disorder: You can, however, forgive each other and move forward together.
Shortly after the episode moved the Annemette Voss from home, and it gave the time and space to how the family had to deal with spiseforstyrrelsen.
- Search help, search help, search help! Get your family on board, and don't think that you can handle it themselves, can you not, reads the invitation from the Annemette Voss, interviewed in the 'Go' tonight live'.
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Annemette Voss is originally a trained architect, but has lived to bake cakes and write books on the same subject, after she won The big bagedyst' back in 2013.
The 36-year-old kagekendis has also been a tv host on 'Sådanmark' and tv chef on 'Go' in the Morning Dammark' on TV2.