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Heart-wrenching and inspiring journey through Anorexia
NSW author Natalie Sissanes‘ true life account of living with Anorexia is touchingly told with honesty and clarity. 'The Enemy that Starves the Innocent' will help fellow sufferers on their journey to recovery.
By: Donna Munro
After being diagnosed with an eating disorder at the age of twelve, Natalie struggled through a nightmare journey and even with the love and help from her family, it looked like it would be her death sentence.
Telling the story from her own perspective with amazing honesty, showing the good, bad and ugly of the disease, and the impact on her family, Natalie displays great maturity for someone her age.
The misconception that Anorexia is just about food is explored showing the physiological perspective and the importance of family encouragement and support. Many home truths are explored and the author gives some helpful examples of ways to convince readers of these facts and to ignore the negative voices. Goal setting, mantas and positivity fill the pages to inspire recovery.
'The Enemy that Starves the Innocent: Living with Anorexia – Help for the Carers – Help for the sufferer' will give hope to the 1 in 250 people who suffer from this disease and those who suffer with them.
Natalie Sissane was diagnosed with an eating disorder when she was twelve years old. After suffering from Anorexia and recovering she decided to share what she had learned in her book. She lives near Woolongong in NSW.
'The Enemy that Starves the Innocent' by Natalie Sissanes ISBN: 978-1-921731-
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