This is the first sane advice I have come across as a woman who has had a tumultuous history and relationship with food since my early teens. Dani offers you guidance and tools, like showing compassion toward yourself, even if you are in the throws of what seems like the most repulsive, vile behaviour; bingeing on junk food until you're fit to burst. Other tools and advice talked about include ways to eat and enjoy food that are mindfull, and much more, that will help you to overcome the trap of binge eating followed by savage mental and dietary punishment cycles that emerge from the enormous pressure we put on ourselves to be 'perfect' and be good enough. Hyper-restriction and exercise and fasting punishments are covered as well as bingeing, which I struggle with most. All of what Dani offers in this book is useful and relevant, though, no matter what kind of disordered eater you are. So much of this book resonated with me, and I have no doubt it will resonate hugely with you too given the world of 'skinny' and impossibly high standards we live in. I hope you will be as pleasantly surprised as I was at how much Dani 'hits the nail on the head' on the underlying reasons and motivations behind all this self-inflicted cruelty and disrespect we've been showing ourselves and our bodies. I also hope that this book will get you excited again about healthy living for all the right reasons, and that you will find solace in the sanity of dani's words, stories, experiences, and her belief in reclaiming beauty from the people who think anything other than size zero is unacceptable, and that we should therefore keep on punishing ourselves until we fit the bill.