Jenni Schaefer is an internationally known writer and speaker whose work has helped change the face of recovery from eating disorders. Appearing regularly on national radio and television, she is the bestselling author of Goodbye Ed, Hello Me. Recently she has collaborated with Harvard Medical School to coauthor Almost Anorexic. She is also the chair of the Ambassadors Council of the National Eating Disorders Association. An accomplished singer/songwriter, Jenni lives in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit www.jennischaefer.com.
Thom Rutledge is a psychotherapist and the author of Embracing Fear: How to Turn What Scares Us into Our Greatest Gift. For more information, visit thomrutledge.com.
Nice theory, did zip all for me. I might not be in the right stage of recovery for it though.Published 2 months ago by Miss Pearl
As a parent, I had no idea what my daughter was going through. This book was recommended by a friend and it helped me visualize my own daughter's disorder in a way I could... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Janice Haakons
This book is an amazing read, and would recommend it to anyone who is interested in eating disorders! and it came quickly in the mail.Published 10 months ago by Samantha Lewis
A very good read for anyone experiencing disorded eating and struggling with it. Could be helpful for the right person.Published 16 months ago by Lady Di
Great book again by Jenni Schaefer! Best to hear it from those who have recovered and are able to regain there life again. She is truly and inspiration to many. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Chelsea Clake
I'm sure she's a nice woman and I appreciate the strength it takes to write about such embarassing personal things BUT as someone who has been living with eating disorders for 17... Read morePublished on Feb. 25 2004
This adorable little book is jampacked with wisdom, encouragement, enlightenment and advice on how I can rid myself of ED, so I carry it everywhere I go. Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2004
I agree wtih jenni's entire philosophy (along with Thom Rutledge) on separating the eating disorder from the self. I really enjoyed this book and related to most of her stories. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2004 by mary wood
"Life Without Ed" is wonderful! I was so happy to find an eating disorder book filled with humor and optimism, and I couldn't help smiling as I read through each unique... Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2004 by Emily Thornell