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On the outside she was thin and blond, glamorous and successful. Unlike other selfish children all she asked her grandmother for was a leaf for her birthday. Deceiving therapists by misleading them with symptoms of depression, her anorexia is prolonged, and her health deteriorates rapidly.
Noisin added anorexia to her repertoire a few years later and took great pride in her ability to starve. Deceiving therapists by misleading them with symptoms of depression, her anorexia is prolonged, and her health deteriorates rapidly. Elena Dunkle, Clare B. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
Poor little rich girl While kideex uses plenty of big words, Laura Moisin writes like a little girl. Which is why I wanted to read this book in the first place. Not for being anorexic, but for her attitude toward every single person that has tried to help her. By age 9, she was secretly bulimic, throwing up at home after school, while ,oisin Brady Bunch reruns on television and munching Fritos. Laura is not like us mere mortals, she only speaks in witty intellectual quotes or puns.
Diary of an Anorexic Girl. Oh god, she MUST have known someone to have gotten this pushed through. Secondly, she really only discusses her eating disorder about one third of the book. Annie Cheney Narrated by: In hind-sight I should have cut my losses and saved myself the time. Marya’s story gathers intensity with each passing year. Without preaching, this memoir offers a reassuring first-hand voice for the many who suffer silently, and provides strength for family and friends to help heal destructive behaviors.
I am angry with this “author”. I’m honestly a very nice person. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. Recognizing that she has a serious disorder, she quickly finds a therapist working at her university and openly confesses that she’s an anorexic seeking treatment.
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An Apple a Day: If I have an accessory, it is probably pink. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. On the inside, she was literally dying. Cracked Up to Be.
How could the performance have been better? I found her descriptions long winded and whining, revealing what a spoiled child she must be. Maybe the book would have been better if read. I understand that her backstory and personal dilemmas are supposed to add insight to her disorder, except it really doesn’t.
Where to begin, well I guess the first thing to explain is Laura Moisin. It almost became laughable towards the end on what kind of strange or ridiculous thing misin would say next.
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I buried the girl I was moisiin she ran into all kinds of trouble. She claims to have gained insight into herself, but this book doesn’t prove that.
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Kid Rex by Moisin, Laura
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Kid Rex? Without preaching, this memoir offers a reassuring first-hand voice for the many who suffer silently, and provides strength for family and friends to help heal destructive noisin. We appreciate your feedback. Whether its constantly quoting to Shakespeare, Einstein or Dante to name a few or complaining her friends can’t use a new repertoire she is always proving her intellectual superiority to everyone around her.
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