Anthropology of a Body: The Highs and Lows of Recovering from an Eating Disorder
In order for bread to rise, the dough must be strong.
In its most brutal form, anorexia kills.
Look at me, a real girl, eating.How do you eat so much but stay so thin?
I am okay. I am here.
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