Unwell

Unwell This is an important read for anyone dealing with an eating disorder the individual the family or friends Ms Lipton conveys a touching portrayal of the struggles involved with trying to overcome this

  • Title: Unwell
  • Author: Leslie Lipton
  • ISBN: 9780595859269
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is an important read for anyone dealing with an eating disorder the individual, the family or friends Ms Lipton conveys a touching portrayal of the struggles involved with trying to overcome this illness Cynthia R Pegler, MD, Adolescent Medicine Specialist A riveting and sensitive journey into the world of a teenage girl plagued by Anorexia Nervosa A detaile This is an important read for anyone dealing with an eating disorder the individual, the family or friends Ms Lipton conveys a touching portrayal of the struggles involved with trying to overcome this illness Cynthia R Pegler, MD, Adolescent Medicine Specialist A riveting and sensitive journey into the world of a teenage girl plagued by Anorexia Nervosa A detailed, realistic account of the internal struggles and conflicts that exist in the mind of someone with an eating disorder An important book to read for anyone dealing with a loved one with anorexia Jane Karp, MD Psychiatrist Lipton s Unwell is extremely well written and invites the reader into the candid journey of an eating disordered girl and her thoughts This is a valuable read for parents as they try to understand this complicated illness from the inside out Lynn Grefe CEO, National Eating Disorders Association

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    334 thoughts on “Unwell”

    1. This book was.ine. It was true. I felt that the author really knew what she was talking about. It was as if she actually went through all those emotions, because she depicted them in such a realistic, genuine way. And frightening. It was amazing what Leslie Lipton did with words, as though taking them straight out of the teenager's mind. Read this. Everyone I think has to read this book, because eating disorders are an impending problem in the current young adult societya scary probleme it is me [...]


    2. WOW. I didn't expect this book to be good. I really didn't. But wow. I related to Stefanie in so many ways. I felt like the author was writing myself in this book. It was hard for me to get through and I was very emotional when (view spoiler)[ Stefanie explained how Sarah died. I expected one of them to die but I didn't expect she's make two of them die. Wow. I couldn't even read the last few pages because I was crying so hard. I think I related too much to this book.(hide spoiler)] With that be [...]


    3. I didn't really like this novel, it kept ruminating over the exact same things over and over again and I couldn't really relate to the main character, although I did pity her. I think this is one of those books where, unless you've been through it yourself or had a loved one suffer from an eating disorder, you can't understand it as well.




    4. A really good book about reading disorders. If you or someone you know is currently experiencing dealing with an eating disorder, I recommend reading this. Or, if you just like the topic of it, even.


    5. As the story opens, sixteen-year-old Stefanie is feeling isolated, inadequate -- and a bit fat. (Nobody has explained to her, apparently, that fat is not a feeling.) A diet, she decides, is in order. As it happens, her health class is learning about eating disorders, but -- ha, ha! -- she'd never take things that far, of course.It takes about two days for her to go from 'diet' to 'disorder'. A month later, everyone is worried; a month after that, off to hospital she goes.I can live with the rapi [...]


    6. This book never gets old either I've read this one multiple times as well. I just like how they am describe and write about eating disorders. It gives u a good luck of what it's like to live with one and the hell and torture the ppl who suffer go through. Just like me yes I suffer from anorexia.


    7. 3.5/5This book was alright. Nothing spectacular. It's a basic story of an eating disorder. Stefanie was a bit annoying in the beginning with the bones but I came to relate to her. I also have an ED. When she went into the hospital, it got slow. I've been in a hospital like that before so it wasn't super interesting, the other characters kind of fell flat. When the thing happens, I saw it coming and I was completely unmoved. All in all, it was okay. Would recommend if you're into reading about th [...]


    8. Really couldn't get into this book. I felt it braced the subject of a serious eating disorder in quite a naive way, and could actually be quite damaging to people really going through this. I didn't really enjoy the style of writing, and found it almost too simplistic, in juxtaposition to the subject. I found it fairly similar to Wintergirls which I never really connected with either, so maybe this book just wasn't for me.


    9. 3.7 stars. So I really liked the story, but I had a problem with the writing style. Most of the time I felt disconnected from the story. Emotions and just the general story telling seemed to jump around a lot. Don't get me wrong, I really liked the story, I just wasn't the hugest fan of the writing, but I'm also very critical to novels when it comes to stories about eating disorders.


    10. Took longer than expected to read due to small print and 90% descriptive paragraphs with very minimal dialogue. Overrall an ok read.


    11. Insight into the mind of a patient with anorexia nervosa. Interesting to see how it all starts, and the gradual path to recovery.




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