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eBook My Struggle With Anorexia ePub

by Anne Gurberg

  • ISBN: 1424120675
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Anne Gurberg
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: PublishAmerica (March 27, 2006)
  • Pages: 76
  • ePub book: 1633 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1898 kb
  • Other: docx mbr lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 611

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My Struggle with Anorexia book. My name is Anne Gurberg. I was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. I graduated from McGill University with a bachelor of arts

My Struggle with Anorexia book. I graduated from McGill University with a bachelor of arts. My family recently opened up a movie cinema, and I work for them. Before that, I did live infomercials in large department stores. I struggled with anorexia since 15 years old and now I have overcome it at age 38. I wrote this book as an inspiration My name is Anne Gurberg.

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My struggle with anorexia. Granice wytrzymałości, Rollercoaster - Продолжительность: 14:25 Szkoła Filmowa im.

I believe, that anorexia is a big problem in modern society and that's why I will not give up. I will keep fighting and try to help as many as possible. I'm a little disappointed because we invested a tremendous amount of time in this project, but that's how it is in life.

My Struggle With Anorexia/Bulimia. I receive a good deal of channeled or Spirit-inspired information on spiritual nutrition and high vibration eating. It’s a large part of my work and there is a reason for that: I need the information just as much as everybody else.

there's an unremarkable house with an unremarkable garden sitting by an unremarkable lake somewhere in farrs corner, virginia, us, terra, the solar system, the orion arm, the milky wa. .well, it's a bird sanctuary of sorts, but everyone's welcome.

You will become severely bulimic and anorexic and the worse your disease gets, the more praise you will get from some people in your industry,' the star bravely confessed. And this will really, really mess with your head. But when you're trying to live up to an unrealistic expectation, it's never going to be good enough.

Name is Caroline - Caroline Adams Miller My Rory: A Personal Journey Through Teenage Anorexia - Alyssa Biederman My Struggle with Anorexia - Anne Gurberg My Thinning Years: Starving the Gay Within . A Mothers Struggle to Free her Son From Anorexia - Bev Mattocks Portrait of an Anorexic - Maureen Ardell Positively Caroline - Caroline Adams Miller (sequel to My Name is Caroline) Pound.

My name is Anne Gurberg. I was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. I graduated from McGill University with a bachelor of arts. My family recently opened up a movie cinema, and I work for them. Before that, I did live infomercials in large department stores. I struggled with anorexia since 15 years old and now I have overcome it at age 38. I wrote this book as an inspiration to the many people who have anorexia. The book tells of how I became anorexic, the consequences I suffered, the hospitals I went to, and how I overcame anorexia. Not only was I anorexic, but as a result of a pill my doctor gave me, I gained 63 ½ pounds, so I went from 99 pounds to 162 ½ pounds in just a few months. As a result of such a drastic change in my weight, I began to overcome anorexia. I went through two huge weight losses in my life, but I live comfortably now as a 115-pound person.

Comments

Quinthy Quinthy
When I rate I reveserve two rating, I reserve Fives and I reserve Ones. I do this because there is always something better and there is always something worse. I have found the something worse. This book reads like a fifth grader's report. There is no plot, or even a coherent timeline. She gives you tips and tricks, going so far as to name chapters "How I Fooled My Parents," "How I Kept The Weight Off." She promotes self recovery; a process I doubt works, as it clearly did not work for her. In her recovered stage, she is nervous about eating and gaining weight. She must eat with people to prevent overeating. She is self righteous about herself in the book, and is obviously not honest to the reader. I have read books twice as long in half the time because I could not stomach more than one or two chapters at once. "Anti-Ana" or "Pro-Ana" I would not recommend this to you.
Thiama Thiama
This book is so badly written I stopped after a chaper. tossed it in the trash where it belongs. wish I would have listened to all the bad reviews; they are all true.
Thordigda Thordigda
Why didn't I listen to these other reviews? I am not trying to be rude but this was just sad. If I had to choose one word to describe this book it would be "redundant" She wrote the same sentences in every chapter it seemed. I can't even call this a book. It's more like a very poor high school essay or something. I recommend Running On Empty by Carrie Arnold. She's a very honest, intelligent, and talented writer.
Flamehammer Flamehammer
I always want to give credit to a person who has struggled with an eating disorder and has the courage to share their story. I myself struggle with anorexia and other disordered eating tendancies. I intend to work in this field so I have read basically every book on the market.

Not to be critical to the author, who again-kudos for sharing your story-but (And I hesitate to say too much because I don't think anyone with an eating disorder, or in recovery should read this book). I won't say it is triggering, but it is not useful or helpful. Anyone reading this book who struggles with an eating disorder won't be surprised by the intricate details of the book. However, for someone in recovery or -just don't get it. I will give you better reason. It is a very short book, probably written in a couple of days-if that. It is repeatitive and appears to be the author's quest to become proud of her accomplishments-albeit she is not at all recovered. I found it sad the author is so disconnected from her true self and that she would write without a publisher who would steer her in a better direction. For, I believe we need more books on Eating Disorders but if you are going to get something, spend your money on Life Without Ed, or sht even go for Wasted (which I think is very triggering but definitely well written and a piece of literary genuis). Other books to look to are by Mary Pipher, Susie Orbach, and Steven Levenkron. Also, Eating By the Light of the Moon and the workbooks by Mona Villapiano are a MUCH better investment. Best to all and to the author, I wish you the BEST of luck.
Wrathmaster Wrathmaster
I believe this book is of importance to anyone with a similiar struggle regarding Anorexia Neurvosa.
It describes their experience,during the midst of their treatment,aswell as a glimpse into
how they felt, emotionally, physically, and most importantly, how they were able to write a book, under such difficult conditions.
This author, survivor, and humanitarian, gets 3 stars, for their forceful, courageous,and honest efforts.
2 thumbs up.
Steven Nichols
Daizil Daizil
Iam disgusted that someone let this women publish this book as a recovered anorexic! This women is still very sick and it shows in her writing. The whole book could have been summed up in two or three chapters. As a recovering anorexic myself I would be very scared to let someone trying to recover from anorexia anywhere near this book. I do feel bad for this women, it doesn't seem like she really ever got help for her disease. She's still living with her parents, still afraid of food, and now has found yet another problem to obsess about (her voice is not perfect). This book is just horrible!
ZloyGenii ZloyGenii
This book is a travesty. How someone can write something like this when she is extremely disordered still makes me ill. Talk about an "instruction booklet on how to stay "thin and pretty." I am appaled that this book even exists. It is very sad that the author has not gained ANY insight as she journeys. It isn't worth paying a dime for.