A very hungry girl: how I filled up on life--and how you can, too!

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Hay House, Sep 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 217 pages
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This compelling autobiography chronicles the journey of Jessica Weiner, who spent most of her life hungering to be someone else. So desperate to be accepted and valued, she spiraled into an eating disorder, experiencing the attendant lack of self-esteem that ruled--and almost ruined--her life.

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Review: A Very Hungry Girl

User Review  - Frankie - Goodreads

As a former eating disorder woman I understood the body image issues whole heartedly, did get a little to preachy and somewhat self congratulatory. Good dialogue opener for anyone who is suffering Read full review

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User Review  - Hannah - Goodreads

Really inspiring, just what I needed! I can't wait to read her next one! Read full review

Contents

Baked Chicken and Barfing
27
Bathroom Soaps and Snickers Bars
41
Finding My Voice
63
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Jessica Weiner is the author of "A Very Hungry Girl". She's also a self-described Actionist, reaching audiences nationwide through her groundbreaking and empowering work as a speaker and a performer.

Jessica is copresident of No. 11 Media, a production company aimed at creating meaningful media with realistic images. She has been featured on "The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, MTV, The View, Good Morning America, " and countless other media outlets.

Please visit www.jessicaweiner.com.