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Put aside all preconceived notions of what a book about the profound trauma of living with an eating disorder might be like, then turn to page one. There are no lurid details. No “how to be anorexic” insider tips. You will find poetic, lyrical writing painting pictures of an unexpected upbringing in rural Montana. A woman who grows, ironically, to have the heart of a chef and a romantic healthy relationship with food. A woman who takes the reins of her life and exposes the lie that eating disorders are about some societal pressured desire to be thin. This beautiful work is about the courageous, relentless attentiveness it takes to live an honest, emotionally healthy, exceptional life, and that it is always a work in progress. Always.

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