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"Armstrong's perspective . . . will go a long way toward breaking down the myths about eating disorders that are preventing so many, many people of color from seeking the treatment they need." Aimee Liu, author, Gaining: The Truth About Life After Eating Disorders
"Hurrah for a woman bold enough to throw open the closet door and tell the truth about her relationship with food." Hill Harper, actor, CSI: NY, and author, Letters to a Young Brother
"The sooner we . . . confront all of the issueslike food addiction, depression, and sexual abusethat keep us hurting and hiding, the sooner we can begin to heal. Armstrong's book is an answer to millions of black women's prayers." Meri Nana-Ama Danquah, author, Willow Weep for Me: A Black Woman's Journey Through Depression
"Harrowing and compelling . . . a long-overdue look at eating disorders among African American women . . . a gripping read [with] universal appeal." Stephen McCauley, author, The Object of My Affection
She hates fat women so it's only good to show that THIN Black women may be bulemics too.Published 1 month ago by E-K. Daufin
An excellent book, well written, compelling and human. I recommend it.Published 2 months ago by Spook
This is a great book about bulimia, and all the obstacles the author had to overcome to deal with it. I recommend this book to others.Published on August 28, 2013 by Amazon Customer