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Highly recommend this book to anyone who has a family member with an eating disorder or works with kids.
Thank you Harriet Brown for sharing the struggle, sharing the information and showing us not only the power of the disease but the power of family and love.
This book will join other classics on eating disorder treatment and the "nutrition first" family based approach, also known as the Maudsley method.
This book is completely honest, accurate and interesting. A must read for any parent with an anorexic child or teen.Published 1 month ago by Lisa Conn
This book helped me to understand FBT and helped me to take the necessary control to get my daughter to a healthier state. Thanks!Published 2 months ago by Susan C
As a parent of an anorexic teen, I felt such tremendous guilt. Harriet's book helped move me through denial and guilt and gave me the resolve to be my daughter's advocate and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by audrey j. ganong
We are now just shy of a year into recovery for my daughter's eating disorder. This was one of the first books I read. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Emily Richards
Fabulous book for all the family when helping a child fight with anorexia.
Helps you realise you are not alone on this journey...many have travelled it before you.
A well written look into life with a teenager with anorexia. i enjoyed reading about the family dynamics, especially the emergence of the demon also known as "Not-Kitty". Read morePublished 3 months ago by vanessa campbell
Good book about one family's struggle with anorexia. There are symptoms and signs that I never even know to recognize. Thank you for sharing your storyPublished 4 months ago by Donna Hoggle
This book was hard to read, but I could not put it down! The true story of one family's experiences with anorexia had me on the edge of my seat... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robin Bady
I picked up Brave Girl Eating on the advice of a friend who knew that I had become disillusioned with the traditional treatment my 13-year-old daughter was receiving for anorexia. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Maura Rhodes