Laura Moisin is the author of Kid Rex ( avg rating, ratings, 14 reviews, published ). Buy (ebook) Kid Rex from Dymocks online BookStore. Find latest reader reviews and much more at Dymocks. Kid Rex by Laura Moisin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Diary of an Anorexic Girl. We appreciate your feedback. Uninspiring vapid delusional tirades If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Kid Rex?
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November 1, Imprint: While she uses laurq of big words, Laura Moisin writes like a little girl. I read Vogueand I’m not doing it ironically, though it might seem that way.
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A Memoir of Love and Recovery kidrfx Anorexia. I know authors have the right to embelish but it has to be believeable. Item s unavailable for purchase. Please review your cart. In this season of feasting and family, and the anxiety kidrec associated with it, we have oaura featured program about eating, and not eating-precisely, about Anorexia.
At the age of 5, she returned home from ballet class one day, put on oaura enormous sweater, curled up on her bed, and cried because she thought she was fat. Whether its constantly quoting to Shakespeare, Einstein or Dante to name a few or complaining her friends can’t use a new repertoire she is always proving her intellectual superiority to everyone around her.
Her therapist looks at her doubtfully and says, shockingly, “No, I don’t think you’re an anorexic. Publisher’s Summary After knowing friends with anorexia and being baffled by their behavior, Laura Moisin suddenly found herself prone to the same disease – not eating at all and going weeks at a time consuming nothing but water and the occasional black coffee.
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Annie Cheney Narrated by: My 13 year battle with anorexia kdirex. Pink is my favourite colour. Marya Hornbacher Narrated by: Deceiving therapists by misleading them with symptoms of depression, her anorexia is prolonged, and her health deteriorates rapidly. I also have a feeling that she grossly exagerated her condition. Marya Hornbacher sustained both anorexia and bulimia through 5 lengthy hospitalizations, endless therapy, the loss of family, friends, jobs, and ultimately, any sense of what it means to be “normal.
Poor little rich girl While she uses plenty of big words, Laura Moisin writes like mmoisin little girl. She claims to have gained insight into herself, but this book doesn’t prove that.
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The title should be at least 4 characters long. Why enter into a love affair with hunger, drugs, sex, and death? To Annie, what people had for breakfast was the most interesting part of the conversation. Without preaching, this memoir offers a reassuring first-hand voice for the many who suffer silently, and provides strength for family and friends to help heal destructive behaviors.
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Marya’s story gathers intensity with each passing year. The narrator had a young whiny voice that made the litany of complaints the author was spewing all the more irritating. She would have collapsed from dehydration at the very least.
After knowing friends with anorexia and being baffled by their behavior, Laura Moisin suddenly found herself prone to the same disease – not eating at all and going weeks at a time consuming nothing but water and the occasional black coffee. Recognizing that she has a serious disorder, she quickly finds a therapist working at her university and openly confesses that she’s an anorexic seeking treatment. Not for being anorexic, but for her attitude toward every single person that has tried to help her.
Has Kid Rex turned you off from other books in this genre? In hind-sight I should have cut my losses and saved myself the time.