MaryJeanne Hunt's memoir detailing her struggle with recovery from diabulemia. Women with diabetes are more likely to develop eating disorders because they have to have such an intimate relationship with food. Omitting insulin injections to control weight by making up for binging left the author sick, sometimes even hospitalized, but she was unable to stop until she learned to change her relationship with her own body and stop striving for unattainable perfection.Hopefully this memoir will help other women with the same body issues realize that it's ok to be less than perfect and that a perfect body isn't worth dying to obtain.
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