Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jan 1, 2001
Surviving Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa by Katharine Wealthall ISBN: 1-904697-66-6 ISBN 13: 978-1-904697-66-4 Published: 2005 Pages: 192 Description Little Steps reveals the re is huge ignorance and lack of understanding surrounding eating disorders. Katharine explains the reality of eating disorders in order to improve this situation. About the Author Katherine was born in Harrogate, North Yorkshire and now lives in King's Lynn, Norfolk with her husband. Katherine's interests include animals, in particular dogs and horses, sport, writing, film and theatre. She previously worked as a drama teacher for 5 years before completing a year's actor training and starting her professional career as an actress. She wrote 'Little Steps' because experience had taught her that there is huge ignorance and lack of understanding surrounding eating disorders. She felt that she needed to express the reality of eating disorders in order to improve this situation.
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