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  1. says:

    I am working very hard on this book It's like bleeding onto the page So I'm marking it five stars for its first review Well done me

  2. says:

    Almost all fictionalized tales of eating disorders are pretty crummy The characters are flat the underlying causes of the disease stereotypical fear of growing up need for control traumatic event etc and the course of treatment is highly unrealistic somehow the sufferer previously vehemently opposed to health is suddenly hungry an

  3. says:

    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 thi

  4. says:

    This came to me because I was on a panel with JJ and she was knock out fabulous I knew I had to read her book And I am so glad I did This is a true novel or a fictionalized memoir following the author's fifteen year old self through a stay in an eating disorders unit The process through the clinic forms the low

  5. says:

    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

  6. says:

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I have very ambivalent feelings about this book I think books like this are very important I think young girls and parents need to be educated about the very real damage an

  7. says:

    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

  8. says:

    Before I review this book I'd like to say even though I got this book from Netgalley these thoughts are all my own opinion I am very thankful to Netgalley for allowing me to review this book but I also don't want to be all sunshine and rainb

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    I received a free copy of BELIEVAREXIC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewGrade CAt age fifteen during the late 1980s Jennifer is admitted to the Eating Disorder Unit EDU of a psych hospital for bulimarexia a combination of anorexia and bulimia She becomes a model patient cries and recovers in reco

  10. says:

    I received an e arc of this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThere are a lot of books about girls and women with eating disorders nowadays I find most of them having flat characters an unrealistic storylin

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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 Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) 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 Zenith 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 A Pale Light in the Black onto my iPad I have a hard time reading Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves out Spieserye on an amazing story Feral of struggle growth and a road to happiness Believarexic is about a young girl by the name Krismis van Map Jacobs of Jennifer who at the age Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods of 15 admits herself into a hospital for an eating disorder I don t want to give too much Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche of this story away in Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, 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 Mensa Riddles Conundrums on eating disorders and I think I liked this Julie of the Wolves one the best It is a powerful and motivating book I liked that it didn t focus so much The Right Swipe 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 Touched on treatment and getting better which I admire

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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 This came to me because I was on a panel with JJ and she was knock out fabulous I knew I had to read her book And I am so glad I did This is a true novel or a fictionalized memoir following the author s fifteen year old self through a stay in an eating disorders unit The process through the clinic forms the low key but high stake plot and the effect is likewise low key but powerful transformation friendship trust self acceptance hope But to tell you the truth I just enjoyed my trip back to being my own teenaged self in the 1980s complete with mixed tapes and a confusing but intense crush on Annie Lennox I know this is a shallow reaction But JJ can take you there and she s Never Gonna Give You Up Beyond Temptation 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 This came to me because I was Past Due Debt Collection on a panel with JJ and she was knock Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt out fabulous I knew I had to read her book And I am so glad I did This is a true novel The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline or a fictionalized memoir following the author s fifteen year Where I’m Calling From old self through a stay in an eating disorders unit The process through the clinic forms the low key but high stake plot and the effect is likewise low key but powerful transformation friendship trust self acceptance hope But to tell you the truth I just enjoyed my trip back to being my The Accidental Activist own teenaged self in the 1980s complete with mixed tapes and a confusing but intense crush

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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 Before I review this book I d like to say even though I got this book from Netgalley these thoughts are all my own opinion I am very thankful to Netgalley for allowing me to review this book but I also don t want to be all sunshine and rainbows and not be honest about how I feel about this book All right so now that that little explanation is over lets discuss Believarexic Believarexic was a novel that I thought I would love I was initially attracted to the cover and loved the premise because I thought it would be an autobiography In a way it was but it was also a fiction novel I think Correct me if I m wrong I really wanted a novel showing the growth and development of their eating disorder or at least have an explanation why it developed Their really was no explanation that was clear To me that aspect in her past felt very jumbled and I really would ve liked information on that Overall the book could have been fantastic but another aspect that irked me was the writing The writing felt so choppy and unnatural I don t know if it was the way my ARC copy was with the dropoff sentences but the words and vocabulary didn t seem to have a flow that made me feel like I was getting a consistent story I don t need lovely lyrical writing but I at least need it to flow and have some sort of imagery ya know what I mean The characters to me weren t all that well written which really hurts me to say because these characters are basically based on the author s family and her which makes me feel like a real jerk saying this I know I may not relate with Jennifer s personality a ton but the most I really saw was crying and her eating disorder There was tell rather than show which didn t really help to connect with her It kept saying she was sad or she was a good girl but I want proof in her character to say that rather than just telling the reader what to think I also found the way bulimia and anorexia was portrayed in a way that felt like it was very glossed over I know this is a recovery book but again it was only tell know show It never told the reader how thin Jennifer was or what the symtoms and hardships of anorexia was We only got crying which is needed in the novel but I felt like I was missing out on many important key points in the novel I know this is a very negative review but one strong point in the book was the whole hospital system being explained I thought that was important since we rarely get the rules in a hospital for the patients in recovery I found that very interesting and a fantastic touch to the story Overall this book wasn t for me but I also think many others would enjoy this book so I say give it a try if it sounds interesting to you Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, 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 Mensa Riddles Conundrums of self discovery Believarexic is a stereotype defying exploration Julie of the Wolves of belief and human connectio Before I review this book I d like to say even though I got this book from Netgalley these thoughts are all my The Right Swipe own Touched opinion I am very thankful to Netgalley for allowing me to review this book but I also don t want to be all sunshine and rainbows and not be honest about how I feel about this book All right so now that that little explanation is Dark Prophet The Chronicles of Koa over lets discuss Believarexic Believarexic was a novel that I thought I would love I was initially attracted to the cover and loved the premise because I thought it would be an autobiography In a way it was but it was also a fiction novel I think Correct me if I m wrong I really wanted a novel showing the growth and development Ugly Fish of their eating disorder The Math of Life and Death 7 Mathematical Principles That Shape Our Lives or at least have an explanation why it developed Their really was no explanation that was clear To me that aspect in her past felt very jumbled and I really would ve liked information Little Gods on that Overall the book could have been fantastic but another aspect that irked me was the writing The writing felt so choppy and unnatural I don t know if it was the way my ARC copy was with the dropoff sentences but the words and vocabulary didn t seem to have a flow that made me feel like I was getting a consistent story I don t need lovely lyrical writing but I at least need it to flow and have some sort Der Schweizerische Robinson of imagery ya know what I mean The characters to me weren t all that well written which really hurts me to say because these characters are basically based Ensorcelled The Erotic Adventures of Jane in the Jungle 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