Essays, Articles, & Nonfiction Works by Aimee Liu. RESOURCES.
Essays, Articles, & Nonfiction Works by Aimee Liu.
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In 1979, Liu penned the groundbreaking memoir "Solitaire," in which she described her battle with anorexia. 5 people like this topic.
Aimee Liu, who wrote Solitaire, the first-ever memoir of anorexia, in 1979, returns to the subject nearly three decades later .
Aimee was suffering from anorexia during her high school and college years and thought she had recovered when she was in her twenties. That's when she wrote her first book on the subject entitled "Solitaire. 20-years later, during a tumultuous period in her life, she quit eating altogether. She now considers herself "fully recovered. Good evening Aimee and thank you for joining us tonight
While much has been written on the devastating effects of the illness itself, Liu gives us a unique and provocative look at recovery, taking away the shame and helping us to "gain" hope and understanding. This is a ground-breaking work that's a must-read for anyone who has struggled with food or weight but didn't quite understand why. -Lori Gottlieb, Author of STICK FIGURE: A DIARY OF MY FORMER SELF.
Aimee Liu, recently spoke with Kelly Jad’on, the OnLine Publisher of BasilAndSpice. com, about Gaining and how life with anorexia influenced this new book.
Request PDF On Dec 26, 2007, F. Diane Barth and others published Gaining: The Truth about Life after Eating .
My Body is a Temple: Eating Disturbances, Religious Involvement, and Mental Health Among Young Adult Women.
Those numbers seem to be rising as well, due to the increased impact media has on our everyday lives
Those numbers seem to be rising as well, due to the increased impact media has on our everyday lives.