Restoring Our Bodies, Reclaiming Our Lives, by Aimee Liu is on sale today.

This important title takes a closer look at not only eating disorders, but what the recovery process looks like at different stages, and asks the question, “what does recovery really mean?”

An essential title for the nearly 8 million Americans dealing with these issues, and for the family and loved ones that are trying to help someone that is struggling.

Today in the New York Times, there is an entire article based on what recovery from an eating disorder really means. Aimee Liu and this insightful new book are quoted.  Click here to read the full article.

Created in Collaboration with  The Academy for Eating Disorders, (AED)  Restoring Our Bodies, Reclaiming Our Lives will be featured on the AED website and at the annual AED international conference. The past president of the AED also wrote a foreword to the book, and the book is filled with sidebars written by top professionals in the field offering essential and practical advice.

Contrary to what many might think, eating disorders are not created by choice, and they are not a passing teenage phase. Eating disorders occur in both sexes, all age groups, and across a wide variety of races and ethnic backgrounds. Eating disorders are severe and can be fatal, however they are treatable. This book gives a comprehensive look at recovery, and the essential steps to the recovery process. We are proud to share this book with our readers and library patrons.

Restoring Our Bodies, Reclaiming Our Lives

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