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Recovery from Within: A mother and daughter's journey through anorexia Kindle Edition
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I have no doubt that this book will be a great help to those in the process of recovering from anorexia, and indeed wider family and friends involved in this process. The style of writing – paragraphs alternating between mother and daughter – gives a great insight into the personal stories of recovery, as well as developing an understanding of how important our thinking is in determining our response to a given situation. These two narratives, intertwined throughout, make for a great read and allow you to understand the process of recovery from the perspective of a sufferer, a family member, and a coach.
I did not expect this book to be as broadly applicable as it is to all of us in everyday life. The running theme throughout focuses on the idea that our life experiences are shaped not directly by what we experience, but by our thinking and interpretation of these experiences. Whether struggling with an eating disorder, lack of confidence, or simply a busy mind it is extremely helpful to have that reminder that so much of the negativity we feel in our everyday lives is driven by our own thinking. Once we understand this, we are able to experience our thoughts as what they are – thoughts. They’re often fleeting; often positive; often negative, but knowing that we have the ability to choose which thoughts to believe and which ones to cast aside can be extremely useful.
A great book, with a great message for all, which I thoroughly recommend reading.
The book gives hope for recovery from Anorexia, and offers an insightful glimpse into the journey of Bea and Rebecca reaching this place.
Highly recommend, and an easy read!