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Inner Hunger (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 1980


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Inner Hunger A painful, powerful, and ultimately enriching account of what it feels like to be young, confused, and controlled by food, "Inner Hunger" tells an important story of anguish, frustration, and ultimately, triumph. Full description


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Boring 25 octobre 1999
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I expected to find wisdom I could apply to my own life and my own decade-long struggle with bulimia. Although I didn't find the author as self-obssessed as many eating-disorder memoir authors, the book was just plain DULL. A better writer might have made this story interesting, but as it stands, it's just a dull rehash of a story we've read a million times in TEEN magazine.
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Same old analysis on the eating disorders 22 février 2002
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As someone who suffered from eating disorders during her teens, I often read books and memoirs on Anorexia and Bulimia. I like to read about other people's experiences with the disorders and how their stories differ from, or resemble, mine. However, Inner Hunger offered nothing new to the complex world of eating disorders.
Apostolides researched the illness and illustrated the behavioral patterns of Anorexia by making thorough research and writing about her own experience. Fine. But everything that was said in this book was nothing new to me, I'm afraid. I know most of the things discussed in this book from having read other books or memoirs. However, if you are new to the subjects of Anorexia and Bulimia and you are looking for precise information on said disorders, then this is the book to look for. All and all, it can't be denied that her research was well done.
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Good, but not appealing to everyone... 1 mai 1999
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This was a good book, and, as a sufferer of anorexia and bulimia, I could semi-relate to it. However, it seemed to be the same situations over and over again and the same solutions. I believe, if you want a better read of a personal account of anorexia/bulimia, read WASTED by Marya Hornbacher.
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good 25 juin 2002
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For many people inner hunger seems repetitive and somewhat boring. At times, i myself felt that as well. However,i loved the book so much because i could relate to it. i feel everything that she felt and went through. Everything that i can't say the right way, everything that i can't tell my parents is right there. i even have gone through the same eating patterns, from starving myself for weeks, to eating all the food i could find, to then throwing it up. this may not be the most exciting book, but it definately made me feel as though i'm not alone.
"Inner Hunger" 22 mai 2002
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The novel, "Inner Hunger" by Marianne Apostolides, is about a young girl who struggles with the effects of Anorexia and Bulimia. This book is full of advice to victims, parents, friends, teachers' etc. Although, I have not experienced one of these eating disorders, the author has and it make the novel all the better. The reader gets an inside view of what life is like with anorexia or bulimia.
Approximately, one out of ten teenage girls is affected by any of these eating disorders. They most likely to this because they don't feel pretty enough, or cool enough, or smart or judged unfairly. They feel as if this is the only way they are going to feel loved or be happy. But, after the disorder has destroyed their bodies, they realize that it wasn't worth the pain and the struggle.
These novel gives excellent advice to loved ones and people dealing with someone that had an eating disorder. This advice is practical, so it may not seem as it would be the right thing to do. But, coming from a survivor of both anorexia and bulimia, it means a lot.
I think that anyone that is struggling with the disease or knows someone, who is, should read this book. Even if you just are interested in the subject. Then is would be a good book for them, also. The novel gives an excellent insight of the diseases to lets people realize the harm that can be done by using them. Everyone should be informed and aware of eating disorders for themselves and other they may care about. That's why I give this book a five star rating.
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