Voluntary Starvation: A Personal Account of Anorexia

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Xlibris US, Sep 7, 2011 - Self-Help - 246 pages
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“At age 45, I found myself inhabiting the bizarre world of anorexia nervosa.” So begins Jane Wood’s journey through illness and recovery. This is a personal account, but in its intent and authenticity is a transpersonal story with a complex, human message about family, parenting, anorexia, autism, creative expression, and heredity. “...excellent blend of the intellectual and emotional. This work could have a number of audiences: professionals in the fi eld(s) of autism, addictions, eating disorders and family counseling; patients in programs; and anyone looking for familiar or helpful stories with which to relate or to learn from.” Michael Kenyon, author The Beautiful Children, 2009

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