What is the difference between:
end up with doing something
end up in doing something
- end up doing something
Here is the context that triggered the question for me:
The net result is that they [= those long-term heavy users of the internet or computer] suffer serious loss of vision, back pain, and obesity. It is true that many people finally end up with struggling with deteriorating health.
My take is, the first one tends to involve a trouble one has to deal with, while the second one is about an undesirable situation where one has no other choice than what has just come up, and the third one is a general usage.
One last thing: I found a similar question here, but it is not identical to mine, although some answers seem to work.