Books About Eating Disorders
The following books about eating disorders may be helpful to our clients and their families. The views expressed in the following resources do not necessarily reflect the positions or policies of Magnolia Creek.
Life Without Ed
by Jenni Schaefer & Thom Rutledge
Jenni Schaefer chronicles her efforts to break away from her abusive relationship with “Ed.”
Talking to Eating Disorders
by Jeanne Albronda Heaton & Claudia J. Strauss
This book guides its readers through sensitive topics of body image, media messages, physical touch, diet, and exercise.
Surviving an Eating Disorder: Strategies for Families and Friends
by Michele Siegel, Judith Brisman & Margot Weinshel
This book offers solutions and support to families experiencing confusion, helplessness, and anger.
Gaining: The Truth About Life After Eating Disorders
by Aimee Liu
Decades after her initial recovery from anorexia and the publication of her first book, Solitaire, Liu relapsed, which set her on a new course of self-discovery.
Eating in the Light of the Moon
by Anita Johnston, Ph.D.
Weaving a rich tapestry of multicultural myths, ancient legends, and simple folktales, Anita Johnston teaches women how to free themselves from disordered eating.
Your Dieting Daughter
by Carolyn Costin
Written for parents of daughters are caught in the struggle to be thin, this book distinguishes diets from disorders.
101 Ways to Help Your Daughter
by Brenda Lane Richardson & Elane Rehr
This book guides parents in helping their daughters develop confidence, respect, and self-love.
When Your Child is Cutting
by Merry McVey-Noble, Sony Khemlani-Patel & Fugen Neziroglu
This step-by-step guide offers information and advice for dealing with a child who is hurting him or herself.
Diary of an Exercise Addict
by Peach Friedman
In this compassionate book guides its reader through topics of body image, media messages, physical touch, diet, and exercise.
Eating Disorder Treatment in Alabama
Education on eating disorders is valuable, but it doesn’t replace comprehensive treatment. If you’re ready to take the next steps toward recovery, call Magnolia Creek today at 866-318-2329.