Living With BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder)

Lea Walker, Janet Lee

Living With BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder)

A candid account of one woman's struggle with body dysmorphia. 3.5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
Living With BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder)

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Classification Non-fiction
Genre Biography, Psychology & Psychiatry
Format Hardback
Pages 250
RRP £16.99
Date of Publication November 2008
ISBN 978-1906358068
Publisher Apex
 

A candid account of one woman's struggle with body dysmorphia.

Reviews

The Independent on Sunday

Paul Burston

If you can get past the "I'm a celebrity, get me a book deal" aspect of this publishing enterprise, there's a really moving story here... Despite their many similarities, in some ways Walker is the anti-Jordan, clearly vulnerable where Katie Price is not, and someone who lacks the brashness necessary to turn herself into a brand. But there's a saving grace, which is that Walker emerges from this book a far kinder and more thoughtful person than Jordan appears to be. If nothing else, she's convinced me that I don't have BDD, and for that I'm profoundly grateful.

18/01/2009

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