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Item s unavailable for purchase. Maybe the book would have been better if read. Which is why Mosin wanted to read this book in the first place. I buried the girl I was because she ran into all kinds of trouble. While she uses plenty of big words, Laura Moisin writes like a little girl.

This is the story of a girl whose armor against anxiety becomes artillery against herself as she battles on both sides of a lose-lose war in a struggle with anorexia. Publisher’s Summary After knowing friends with anorexia and being baffled by their behavior, Laura Moisin suddenly found herself prone to the same disease – not eating at all and going weeks at a time consuming nothing but water and the occasional black coffee.

She would have collapsed from dehydration at the very least. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Cracked Up to Be. Whether its constantly quoting to Shakespeare, Einstein or Dante to name a few or complaining her friends can’t use a new repertoire she is always proving lauga intellectual superiority to everyone around her.

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Kid Rex by Moisin, Laura

Fragile – The true story of my lifelong battle with anorexia. Deceiving therapists by misleading them with symptoms of depression, her anorexia is prolonged, and her health deteriorates rapidly.

Secondly, she really only discusses her eating disorder about one third of the book. Without preaching, this memoir offers a reassuring first-hand voice for the many who suffer silently, and provides strength for family and friends to help heal destructive behaviors.

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Unlike other selfish children all she asked her grandmother for was a leaf for her birthday. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Uninspiring vapid delusional tirades If I have an accessory, it is probably pink.

She recounts with far too much detail the events of her childhood and lavish family vacations, and never incorporates a scrap of kidrez or a narrative of anyone outside her family. Without preaching, this memoir offers a reassuring first-hand voice for the many who suffer silently, and provides strength for family and friends to help heal destructive behaviors.

In this season of feasting and family, and the anxiety sometimes associated with it, we have a featured program about eating, and not eating-precisely, about Anorexia. Instead, she casts blame for her anorexia lahra mistreatment on anyone but herself. Hope and Other Luxuries. You submitted the following rating and review. So as you can tell its hard for me to judge such a perfect person as she.

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The narrator had a young whiny voice that made the litany of complaints the author was spewing all the more irritating. After knowing friends with anorexia and being baffled by their behavior, Laura Moisin suddenly found herself prone to the same disease – not eating at all and going weeks at a time consuming nothing but water and the occasional black coffee.

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Poor little rich girl While she uses plenty of big words, Laura Moisin writes like a little girl. A Memoir of Love and Recovery from Anorexia. Marya Hornbacher Narrated by: Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. I once live-tweeted the September issue.

I understand that her backstory and personal dilemmas are supposed to moidin insight to her disorder, except it really doesn’t. By the time she is in college and working for a wire news service in Washington D.