Susan’s story will be familiar to many readers, not only those who struggle with eating disorders or self-destructive behaviours, but also their loved ones who helplessly watch on. The feelings of anxiety, sadness, anger, shame, secrecy and of being misunderstood are detailed from the perspective of one who has experienced it and not only survived but has flourished.
This book has much to commend it. Written in an easy to read and extremely sensitive style, it touches on the root causes of Susan’s struggle, and her path to freedom, found by the persistence of wise friends and through her own faith journey. Ultimately, this story’s message is that we are created for freedom and freedom is found in truth.
– Wendy Francis, author, speaker, political lobbyist, advocate for children