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  • Title: My Secret Life
  • Author: Leanne Waters
  • ISBN: 9781905379934
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this non fiction story of struggle and grief, My Secret Life A Memoir of Bulimia details one teenager s battle with Bulimia Nervosa After two years of misery and depravity, Leanne Waters explores the development of her illness and looks closely at the psychological bedrock of this ambiguous disease It is a first hand account of a secret world that lurks behind closIn this non fiction story of struggle and grief, My Secret Life A Memoir of Bulimia details one teenager s battle with Bulimia Nervosa After two years of misery and depravity, Leanne Waters explores the development of her illness and looks closely at the psychological bedrock of this ambiguous disease It is a first hand account of a secret world that lurks behind closed doors in daily life A penetrating insight into the mentality of a Bulimic, the story follows Waters through her transition from a high achiever with tremendous potential to a shadowed breath of her former self.
    My Secret Life In this non fiction story of struggle and grief My Secret Life A Memoir of Bulimia details one teenager s battle with Bulimia Nervosa After two years of misery and depravity Leanne Waters explores t

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    1. I found this book to be exceptional, for so many reasons it s hard to express in this short piece.Leanne s writing style is up there with the best descriptive, articulate and richly metaphorical the recall of her experience so detailed as only the memory of someone who has been through extreme trauma can be.Leanne takes you through the phases of bulimia, from the socio psychological foundations of this condition for example, the bullying at school to the fasting , binging , purging and recovery [...]

    2. I got this book from the giveaway and I have to admit that the first chapters were hard for me to go through It was a bit like being lost in someone else s mind and not being able to follow through I guess this is the result of Waters perfectly being able to paint on paper what was inside of her mind which at times can be hard to understand for someone who hasn t experienced what she went through.I liked the second half of the book and at that point it was hard for me to put it down.I think thi [...]

    3. This book got a little slow in the middle and again towards the end but over all was well written A sad story though and another book that makes me wish there were no bullies in the world.

    4. Amazing.I ve never related to a book to this magnitude It was as if I were reading my diary I hadn t yet written If you re battling Bulimia, this is a must read.

    5. unnecessarily vulgar sensualityerotype eroticism.I got that on as a Lolita type novel.but it s in no way comparable to lolita.

    6. The writing style is lovely, it feels like you are having a conversation with Leanne and she is but telling you her story Such an easy read and a read that will stay with me as it gives amazing insight into the thoughts and feelings of a person who had bulimia It is refreshing to read something that focuses on the person and how it affect their life from their viewpoint rather than a medical perspective.The diary entries add a unique and rawly vulnerable insight into the life of a bulimic lifest [...]

    7. This book was a breath of fresh air after the past two poor memoirs I read I loved Waters ability to bring you into the drama of her life and her mind while at the same time retaining her somewhat formal voice I loved it I found her words very easy to relate to, and her account of the illness comprehensive Very worth reading.

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