By Temimah Zucker
Eat, Drink + Think
Notes from a Jewish Survivor of Anorexia
The first time I admitted to myself that I had an eating disorder was after watching a film describing eating disorders and the Jewish Community called “Hungry to be Heard.” Until that point I was lost. I became a shadow, a nothing person who craved solitude and lived by counting. It had been 4 months…
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