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Newest Title in Grief Diaries Series Tackles Eating Disorders
13 Women Reveal Candid Truths about Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, and Binge Eating in "Grief Diaries: Through the Eyes of an Eating Disorder"
By: AlyBlue Media
Authored by Fell, along with Deborah Pfiffner and June Alexander, the book features stories from 13 women who struggle with anorexia nervosa, bulimia and binge eating. The stories are shared to help others struggling with eating disorders find hope and healing, as well as help family members gain greater understanding and insight.
"Nearly one in five women suffer from eating disorders in the United States alone, and an alarming number never seek help, resulting in serious consequences,"
The Grief Diaries series explores real life journeys shared by people around the world. When it first launched in December 2015, the series quickly attracted readers from eight countries. Since then, more than 450 writers from across the globe have contributed stories, resulting in 16 titles in print with 14 additional titles due by the end of 2016. According to AlyBlue Media, an additional 20 titles are slated to be published in 2017.
The series tackle a wide spectrum of topics including alcoholism, mental illness, infertility, rape, divorce, homelessness, bullying, the loss of a partner and more. The series has earned acclaim from some of the world's most notable experts, influencers and organizations, including Dr. Bernice A King, daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Candace Lightner, founder of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Carolyn Costin, founder of Monte Nido Treatment Centers, most recently offered praise for "Grief Diaries: Through the Eyes of an Eating Disorder."
"The brave individuals who share their truth in this book do it for the benefit of all who are seeking to know the inner world of this devastating and difficult to treat illness," she said.
For more information about Grief Diaries and to purchase "Grief Diaries: Through the Eyes of an Eating Disorder," visit www.griefdiaries.com or Amazon.com.