Running on Empty
Nelson Publishing&Marketing, 2004 - 184 páginas
One young woman's account of her descent into and ultimate struggle out of anorexia. This is an unflinching look into Carrie Arnold's descent into a severe eating disorder; she writes objectively about the madness of anorexia even as she lives within its grasp. A must read for those who suffer from severe eating disorder as well as anyone who has a loved one suffering from it.
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