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An Apple a Day: A Memoir of Love and Recovery from Anorexia

by Emma Woolf

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One of the most down to earth books on anorexia and recovery that I've come across, I couldn't put this book down. Emma Woolf, the great-niece of Virginia Woolf, comes to develop anorexia at age 19 after a serious heart break with her first true adult relationship. After over a decade of letting anorexia run her life, Emma decides to attempt recovery giving it her all in order to be able to get her life back on track and to hopefully be able to have a baby and start a family with her long term boyfriend Tom. I can't express in words how much I recommend this book for anyone wanting a genuine insight on recovering or attempting recovery from anorexia. ( )
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Traces the author's recovery from anorexia as she charts her progress in a daily newspaper column, describing the challenges of learning to eat a healthy diet, regaining her fertility, and giving up an obssession with control.

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