Inside My EdHow do you recognise an eating disorder when your BMI says you're "healthy"? In this true story, you'll read Zoe's battle to get treatment and recognition for Atypical Anorexia. Buy Now
Zoe Burnett has first-hand, lived experience of conquering eating disorders, anxiety and depression, a suicide survivor, Zoe believes ‘life is more than self-hatred and celery sticks’.
A strong advocate of ‘Set Point Theory’, Zoe inspires audiences with empathy, to rebel against social norms, ‘ditch the diet’ and embrace the notion of body acceptance. She is a national & international speaker.
Inside My Ed
How do you recognise an eating disorder when your BMI says you’re “healthy”? In this true story, Zoe talks about her battle to get treatment and recognition for Atypical Anorexia. Hers is a harrowing story. It’s a hard look at the truth and horror of living with an eating disorder when to the outside you’re “too fat to be anorexic”.
The book is designed to help those struggling with unhealthy thoughts on eating and those caring for someone with an eating disorder.
Zoe takes the reader from the very beginning, what triggered her feelings of body loathing, through years of bullying, traumatic events and to the point where her organs began to suffer and fail. In a frank and often humorous way, Zoe explains what was happening inside her mind as she battled ED.
As with all good stories this does have a happy ending and Zoe hopes to help others understand that they do not have to be defined by numbers on a scale or chart.
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