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  • Hardcover
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  • Believarexic
  • J.J. Johnson
  • English
  • 19 March 2020
  • 9781561457717

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Summary ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ J.J. Johnson J.J. Johnson ✓ 0 Read Free read Believarexic Om the peaceful supportive environment she’d imaginedIn order to be discharged Jennifer must make her way through the strict treatment program as well as harrowing accusations confusing half truths and startling insights She is forced to examine her relationships both i. By far this has to be THE BEST book on anorexiabulimia that I have ever readThe main character Jenifer who has to be by far the most relatable character in the history of mental health novels admits herself into a psychiatric hospital for her eating disorder Throughout the novel she faces challenges that one would never expect and her eating disorder She had to be my favorite character in the novel because most of the others were just bitchy Except for Chuck the nurse I have to say that I do like the way this novel was written and the character development was phenomenal You go from seeing Jenifer as a twig to being able to except herself at a healthy weight and overcome her eating disorders and seeing her progress made her relatable to me The one thing that I did not like about the novel though is that in the beginning the novel is told in a poetic verse style similar to how Ellen Hopkins writes her novels to a novel based writing like with paragraphs and how most novels are written This was an adjustment for me because it was a very abrupt style change and took time to get used toOverall though I enjoyed this novel to the fullest extent that I could and would highly recommend it to people who would like to know what an eating disorder and mental hospital are like But be warned it contains content that may be triggering to people

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Summary ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ J.J. Johnson J.J. Johnson ✓ 0 Read Free read Believarexic Fifteen year old Jennifer has to force her family to admit she needs help for her eating disorder But when her parents sign her into the Samuel Tuke Center she knows it’s a terrible mistake The facility’s locked doors cynical nurses and punitive rules are a far cry fr. I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewThank you NetGalley for my advanced reading copy I look forward to reading thisI received Believarexic as an Advanced Reading Copy from NetGalley therefore it was downloaded onto my iPad I have a hard time reading on there so it took me a long time and I eventually gave up I reuested this in physical copy and I am so thankful I did If I had not I would have missed out on an amazing story of struggle growth and a road to happiness Believarexic is about a young girl by the name of Jennifer who at the age of 15 admits herself into a hospital for an eating disorder I don t want to give too much of this story away in order for first time readers to be able to experience Jennifer s journey to recovery for themselves The struggles this young woman has faced absolutely devastate me and I am so glad she was brave enough to face her problems and have the willpower to endure I have read many book on eating disorders and I think I liked this one the best It is a powerful and motivating book I liked that it didn t focus so much on weight during recovery Many books with this topic give insight to girlswomen struggling with this issue and how to better succeed in getting thin This book puts emphasis on treatment and getting better which I admire

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Summary ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ J.J. Johnson J.J. Johnson ✓ 0 Read Free read Believarexic Nside and outside the hospital She must relearn who to trust and decide for herself what “healthy” really meansPunctuated by dark humor gritty realism and profound moments of self discovery Believarexic is a stereotype defying exploration of belief and human connectio. I read a bunch of books about young women with eating disorders and this one mysteriously appeared in the mail at work To this day I still have no idea how I got it The book is partial memoir partial novel and gives an extremely realistic and well written look at a 15 year old s journey to recovery Jennifer volunteers to put herself into a mental institution after she sees a commercial for getting help for an eating disorder Her parents don t seem to believe she needs help but decide to go along with the plan to have her checked in From there she begins treatment and encounters a memorable cast of characters that include fellow patients nurses and psychologists The book is extremely well written and you feel that you are going along on Jennifer s journey to recovery The story kept me gripped from the first page and I couldnt wait to see how the story turned out All in all an excellent memoir