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Morgan Menzie takes readers through a harrowing but ultimately hopeful and inspiring account of her eating disorder. Her amazing story is told through the journals she kept during her daily struggle with this addiction and disease. Her triumphs and tragedies all unfold together in this beautiful story of God's grace.

Features include: daily eating schedule, journal entries, prayers to God, poems, and what she wished she knew at the time. It's the true story of victory over a disease that is killing America's youth.

Topics: Eating Disorders, Mental Illness, Addiction, Inspirational, Creative Nonfiction, and Heartfelt

Published: Thomas Nelson on
ISBN: 9781418514921
List price: $10.39
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