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I cried like a little girl reading this book - and I'm not the kind of person to be easily excited.
I highly recommend "Andrea's Voice" to anyone suffering from eating disorders and to loved ones who are dealing with an eating disordered child, parent, or friend.
In writing Andrea's Voice, Doris Smeltzer has given us incredible gifts: insight into her own journey and the gift of her daughter.
I know Doris from the work she has done for the eating disorder treatment center that I work for, Avalon Hills. Doris is an amazing lady who has conquered so much in her life. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by Chelsey Griffin
Now, I'd like to start off by saying that no, I do not have an eating disorder myself, but since I was young I have had this thirst to understand eating disorders and similar... Read morePublished on August 28, 2011 by Bella Cullen
All families have their own problems. Nevertheless, this is the courageous story of the Smeltzers.
The story of the crazy life we, modern humans, live in; of mother-daughter... Read more
Reviewed by Jeanine Cogan, PhD, Policy Director, Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy & Action, Washington, DC:
"Doris Smeltzer gives voice to the unbearable... Read more
Reviewed by Abigail Natenshon, MA, LCSW, GCFP, Author of When Your Child Has an Eating Disorder:
"Doris Smeltzer loved her daughter and left no stone unturned in caring... Read more
Reviewed by Dr. Dean Edell, MD, health expert and media personality
"There are lessons here for all of us. Read more
The title of my review sums it up for me, this book is a must read for anyone struggling with an eating disorder, for families or loved ones of someone with an eating disorder, or... Read morePublished on March 30, 2010 by Westside Doc
As someone who has struggled on an off with Bulimia Nervosa for over a decade, I has mixed emotions about this book. Read morePublished on May 17, 2009 by Zivanka Idania Sprang