Inner Hunger: A Young Woman’s Struggle Through Anorexia and Bulimia


Author: Marianne Apostolides

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…..Read More

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